Tuesday, April 10, 2018

2019 Ford Focus sedan



Not much news about powertrains yet.
But here is the sedan version of the all new Focus.

It will come to the US from China.
Not sure yet if we are getting the new hatchback as well or not.
So far, the sedan looks pretty invisible. And actually old next to the current Civic.

More on this very soon....

10 comments:

John Barone said...

All (non-US spec) information is here:

https://www.ford.co.uk/cars/new-focus?vehicleNavCategory=all%20cars#

Anonymous said...

The new Focus looks way better than the Civic.

BillyM67 said...

That top picture looks like an old Hyundai design with a Ford logo

Tard said...

Looking at that boring vanilla mess, I can see why Ford decided not to build it in the USA. That will never keep up remotely close to the current numbers in North America - it is that utterly boring. That is a <120k unit per year car ... and that is in its first year. Downhill after that.

Goodbye Focus.

Anonymous said...

Handsome, but the pronounced fender swipes are a bit much. Reminds me of something I regularly doodled in the '90s.

Anonymous said...

The sedan is a disappointment, the hatchback looks much better. Hopefully Ford changes its mind and sends them over from Europe instead of China.

FFEMT6 said...

I think the current generation exterior design looks far better than the new one.

DFcar-nut said...

This new lower corner front light treatment makes the 2019 Fusion update make a little more sense... just for family look update....
I think the whole thing is a little cleaner and somewhat Mazda-like.

As posted elsewhere, I can't imagine a lot of thought going into these sedans with the crossover craze at full bore.

Anonymous said...

Is the design as innovative as the Civic. No.

I think it is a rather upscale looking design, though. It’s also a big improvement over the current Focus.

The 5-door and wagon are also conservatively handsome designs.

Anonymous said...

I will never consider a vehicle from China. Ford should be ashamed. But then again, it's Ford. They have no shame.