The 2015 Ford Focus adopts the same Aston Martin-esque corporate grille as many of the brands other products.
It just debuted here at the Geneva Motor Show looking refreshed over the previous model year’s admittedly aging style. But there’s more than a facelift at work here. The headlights are also revised with an elongated look.
The car also gets a new version of Ford’s Sync voice command system that is supposed to be more intuitive than the previous version.
Starting in 2015, Ford will also package the popular Focus compact in North America with its 1.0-liter EcoBoost turbocharged three-cylinder engine. That marks the second application for the tiny mill in the U.S. market to follow the smaller Fiesta, which is also offered with the same engine. In that car, it offers 123 hp and 125 lb-ft of torque.
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