The Ford Zig was a concept car built in 1990 by Ghia.
The Zig was part of a unique pair of concept cars and the car debuted along the Ford Zag. Finished in mica black, the aerodynamic two-seat barchetta contrasted with the brilliant white finish of the Zag, a multi-purpose sports concept. Together, Zig and Zag (both based on Fiesta architecture) were envisioned as a potential system of sports cars, hatchbacks, sedans, pickups and delivery vans employing a shared lower door and body panels.
The open topped car featured a truncated windscreen inspired by the sports racing cars of the past. Inside, bright blue seats with neon green inserts provided a striking visual difference from the lustrous black exterior finish. The instrument panel was futuristic with a similar bold colour scheme. Zig had 16-inch custom-cut tyres and bold wheels.