After the presentation of the Ford Fiesta mid-life restyling, now it was the turn of his older brother, the Focus. The midsize hatchback adopted a new redesign and incorporated new technologies and innovative mechanics.
From an aesthetic point of view, the headlights were modified with sharper lines and with LED technology. In turn, it adopted changes to the grille, the bumpers and the front logo was moved to another place.
The finishes were also improved and the coatings gained a greater presence of black. Indoors, incorporated the SYNC 4 multimedia system related to a 13.2-inch touchscreen central display, connection with the Ford Pass app, presence of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and reduction of physical commands.
The engines are made up of a 1.0 turbo three-cylinder engine of the 100, 125 and 155 hp EcoBoost family, associated with a six-speed manual transmission or seven-speed automatic. Hybrid technology will also be the protagonist, since depending on the version, it can incorporate a 48V system that reduces consumption.
In addition, it has the possibility of combining a 1.5 EcoBlue engine (diesel) of 95 or 120 hp, combined with a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearbox. The ST variant (sport) has a mechanic of 2.3 280 hp EcoBoost.