The Ford Fiera was an XL-based concpet car (that featured several styling modifications) built in 1968.
Among these were a lowered roofline which altered the angles of the front and rear windshields resulting in a very sleek looking car. The mostly stock-looking grille was deeply recessed and had auxiliary rectangular driving lights positioned on either side of the stock grille divider.
Under the louvered hood was a 428 cu V8 engine. The car also featured vent windows, side moldings, front side marker lamps and rear side reflectors were deleted. Racing-style outside mirrors replaced the stock units. The rear wheel openings were enlarged a bit and a pair of brake cooling vents were installed just ahead of the rear wheels.
Wide-oval white wall tires were fitted to a set of custom wheels. A wide trunk molding extended to the taillights; the extensions replaced the stock back-up lamp assemblies. Overall the car resembled the 1968/1969 Dodge Charger.