Though we knew the European Transit Connect, Focus, and Fiesta are scheduled to arrive in the U.S. in the next few years, Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally hinted the new 2009 Ka may find a home in America as well.
Speaking this morning on a Detroit radio show, Mulally indicated the company is pondering adding the Ka to its North American lineup.; He further suggested that “a lot of people” share the belief that Ford should bring the car to the U.S. market.
If it were to arrive in America, the Ka would become Ford’s smallest offering, sizing up beneath the subcompact Fiesta.; Introduced at the 2008 London motor show, the Ka is built in Poland along with the Fiat 500, with which it shares a platform.
Source: Detroit News