Horrible translation from Google.
"Hi, I think I saw the new Ford Focus in Cascais. I was not able to observe more because they were chasing me. The woman in the middle yells not to take a picture " - this short message was accompanied by the spy photos from Tamás to the Editor's editorial office.
Discreet splitter front, not so discreet diffuser at the back, character blue polish: do we only have the luck of Focus ST?
ST-Line or ST. (Maybe a sport model for us?)
The reader has a good eye: the picture shows the next generation of Ford Focus. She had previously disbanded her tricked camouflage film since she had already made catalog photographs on the captured event. So this will be true in fact: the forward triangular corner of the rear luminaire has not been seen so far, as the somewhat hoarse bumps of the side wall and the ribs along the bonnet length were not so clear.
If we look at the pictures better, it is apparent that none of them is standard: the big wheels and the different styling marks for the two top models: the Vignale luxury version and the ST sports edition - one is unlikely to be available at the time of launch.
[/i]Maybe it's just the carpet, but from here it's a terrible big butt for the car.
The chrome plinth trim tops - is this already the Focus Vignale?[i]
Ohhh...Vignale. (Platinum, I hope?)
The car will certainly abound in modern driver support features, including partial-autonomous services - pedestrian, anti-skid, robot-brake, track-based, or executive vigilance. From the engine, we expect a 1.0 liter, three-cylinder turbo and 1.5-liter diesel, with a variety of performance levels, but with a hybrid version of time.
Focus will be released this spring, and we would not be surprised if Ford would be a great sensation for Geneva.