The new-model-year Ford Focus ST is a big deal.
With an all-new exterior design, and the promise of new powertrain technology, the new model is the pinnacle of Ford’s car lineup.
Ford has spent the last year building up a reputation as a luxury brand, and this year will take a big step forward by bringing back the Focus.
The Focus ST will be Ford’s first car to get an upgraded exterior design since the new Focus ST and Fusion arrived in 2017.
The 2018 Ford Focus, which is based on the new-generation Focus RS, will have a new, larger front fascia, a wider body, and a longer wheelbase.
Its more of a sports car than a sedan, but its got all the powertrain upgrades you’d expect from a sports coupe, including a 4.2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and an optional all-wheel drive system.
Its expected to hit the road in 2021, with an expected starting price tag of $50,000.
For the uninitiated, this is a turbocharged, four-liter four-door sedan that’s been rumored to come to the U.S. as well as Canada and Mexico.
A 2018 Focus ST model is expected to have a starting price of $60,000 and have a base MSRP of $70,000, the same price as the previous-generation Ford Focus.
If you’re wondering why you should buy a Focus ST, the answer is simple: it’s the best-selling Ford vehicle in the U: the Focus ST.
While Ford’s other vehicles, like the Fusion and the Focus RS have been improving their offerings since the last time Ford was in the auto business, the Focus still manages to be the best of the bunch.
While the 2018 Focus will have the most powerful engine in the lineup, it’s still a small powertrain compared to some of its competitors.
The 2017 Ford Fiesta ST, for instance, has a six-cylindered, 4.5-liter V6 and a 320-horsepower turbocharged engine, while the 2019 Ford Escape SE and the 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV have a five-cylinders, all-electric V6.
Both of those cars are capable of putting out about 650 horsepower.
It should come as no surprise then that the Focus’s base MSR is $75,000 for the 2019 model year.
The 2019 Focus ST comes with a choice of four-wheel-drive or all-terrain drive, a rearview camera, and an eight-speaker sound system.
In terms of technology, it gets a few upgrades over the 2018 model year, like an electronic rearview mirror, blind spot monitoring, and lane keep assist.
But what’s the difference?
Ford has been using a new all-seeing camera system for the Focus, called “Synchronize Vision.”
This system, which was first introduced in the Fusion, features a camera that can take in the entire view around the car.
The camera can then display information like the number of people and pedestrians, vehicle speed, and even lane departure speed, along with a detailed map of the road.
It can even take a photo of the driver and a view of the front bumper and taillight.
This is very helpful for spotting other cars passing you, and also helps to make sure you don’t get into an accident.
For now, the system can be activated only with the driver’s license in the vehicle.
The other improvements include a new infotainment system, a power-saving driver’s seat, a heated front passenger seat, and new driver assistance features like lane keep and adaptive cruise control.
The new Focus comes with standard features like Bluetooth, Android Auto, Bluetooth Active, Apple CarPlay, Apple Maps, Apple Siri, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
There’s a host of other features, like heated seats, new fog lamps, heated steering wheel, new driver seat with fold-down armrest, new rear view camera, new adaptive cruise and lane control, and more.
What are some of the differences between the 2019 Focus and the 2018 version?
While the new 2019 Focus is still an affordable vehicle, it offers many of the features you’d find in an expensive sedan.
It gets a 5.5 percent larger engine, a smaller, lighter body, a bigger, more powerful turbocharged V6, and better fuel economy than its predecessor.
The price of the Focus has been slashed by $10,000 from the base price of roughly $57,000 to around $51,000 in the 2019 version.
The base MSD is $70 and the standard MSRP is $76,000 with incentives.
The standard car also has a standard leather interior and a $1,200 destination charge.
The optional features in the new car include heated seats and a new driver-assistance seat, adaptive cruise, and adaptive blind spot monitor.
The only new additions are a power driver-seat with fold down arm