Ford has hit the sweet spot in design the new 2011 Ford Focus. Its new aggressive exterior styling and refined, sleek interior will appeal to the younger generation as well as for older people who wants to look young driving it. The next-generation Ford Focus made its worldwide debut Monday, Jan. 11 at the 2010 North American International Auto Show.
The new Focus is scheduled to go on sale in both North America and Europe early in 2011. It will offer customers more affordable technologies and features than ever in this segment, noteworthy levels of craftsmanship, outstanding fuel economy and a new standard for driving quality. With a stunning combination of head-turning looks, driver appeal and up-to-the-minute technology.
The 2010 Ford Focus will be for Ford a new range of global C-cars based on a common platform, and will be 2 million units of annual production by 2012. The hatch gets a sleek new front end, with a large lower grille and extended headlights with curvaceous lines run from the edges of the grille to the A-pillars to produce maximum aerodynamics. It targets at maximum fuel economy and the highest levels of driving quality.
The new turbocharged EcoBoost engines will be available on most models. The entry-level models will come with a 1.0-litre four-cylinder turbo unit offering 89bhp or 108bhp. Other in between models will get a new 1.6-litre turbo, available with 148bhp or 178bhp outputs.
The Ford Focus was seen on the Jay Leno Show last week, which was raced by Heidi Klum. Watch the video below of the 2011 Ford Focus that was on the Jay Leno’s Show.