Ford has revealed the 2019 Focus, now in its tenth generation and packing more technology, a more spritely drivetrain, and more safety tech. Headed to Europe and China later this year, followed by a North American release in 2019, the new Focus will come in a number of body-styles.
That’ll include a 4-door sedan, a 5-door wagon, and a 5-door hatchback. Each, Ford claims, was designed with the feedback of existing Focus fans in mind, and with the idea that, just because it may be a small car, that shouldn’t mean it’s lacking in tech or enthusiasm. Hence the 2019 Focus ST Line being among the first of the models Ford is revealing.
Outside, there’s a design which Ford is describing as cab-rearward, the cabin having been pushed back and the hood extended. The idea is to visually increase the size of the car, even though the footprint itself is actually the same as the outgoing model. Inside, however, there’s more space both for passengers and for cargo.
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