Next June will mark the end of the Ford Fiesta's 47-year production run, the car company has announced.
The subcompact car, which Ford has produced over 16 million of over seven generations, is still the most popular car in the UK.
In the US, the Fiesta was made available twice: from 2011 to 2019 and from 1978 to 1980.
Ford changed its lineup to focus primarily on SUVs, which led to the end of sales in the U.S.
The Fiesta has been sold and manufactured all over the world over the course of its existence, but it is currently only made at Ford's factory in Cologne, Germany, which is about to switch over to making electric vehicles.
Ford honored the Fiesta with a touching video showing a British man reading "Fiesta: My Little Family Car," a book that tells the story of the car in the form of a children's story.
Ford hasn't specified exactly what will take the Fiesta's place in its lineup, but the video's epilogue teases the introduction of an electric Puma subcompact SUV.
"Is the story over," the boy asks. The grandfather responds, "well, this one is, but the next one’s just beginning," and then there are images of a Puma pulling out of a garage with a charging station.