PSA: Configure Your Flux Capacitor-Equipped Ford Today
October 21st is Back to the Future Day, and it seems like everyone is celebrating in some way or another. Well, maybe not Cubs fans, whose BttFII-influenced dreams of a World Series are all but dashed at the hands of a Mets team that is seemingly much more likely bound for destiny.
2016 Ford Fiesta Goes Back to the Future: And back to school, according to KBB’s 10 Best Back-to-School Cars of 2015
Ford charitably charges $1 per every gigawatt produced by the Flux Capacitor, resulting in a cool $1.21 million price tag. If one were shopping for a Fiesta ST with all the high-end trimmings, your time-travel-ready-hot-hatch winds up running $1,237,460 after destination charges. But fear not! Ford is running a $250 customer cash incentive program, so it only winds up setting you back about $1,237,210.
The only thing that could possibly be better would be a Flux Capacitor-equipped 350-horsepower 2016 Focus RS, yours for just north of $1.25 million.
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