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2019 Ford Focus ST Design Preview

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2019 Ford Focus ST Design Preview

2019 Ford Focus ST Design Preview

Ford revealed the all-new Ford Focus ST - developed by Ford Performance to deliver nimble hot-hatchback thrills in a stylish, comfortable and practical family car.

The all-new Ford Focus ST builds on the class-leading driving dynamics of the fourth generation Focus in five-door and wagon body styles.

Ford's new C2 architecture is enhanced with unique suspension, braking and powertrain configurations for the most responsive and agile Focus ST driving experience ever - on road and track.

A new engine line-up makes available to drivers up to 12 per cent more power and 17 per cent more torque compared with the previous generation Ford Focus ST.

Ford's 280 PS 2.3-litre EcoBoost petrol and 190 PS 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel engines* both deliver a broad spread of power and torque across the rev-range, for fast-revving sports performance.

Ford's first application of an electronic limited-slip differential (eLSD) for a front-wheel drive vehicle further enhances as standard the cornering and stability of the EcoBoost-powered variant - sharpening responses to changing grip levels and driver inputs using computer-controlled pre-emptive actuation.

A choice of six-speed manual or quick-shifting new seven-speed automatic transmissions is offered, and Selectable Drive Modes technology is introduced to the Focus ST for the first time, enabling drivers to adjust the vehicle's character to suit the driving scenario.

Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD) - standard for five-door EcoBoost variants - enhances the short long arm (SLA) independent rear suspension configuration for ultimate refinement.

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