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Published on February 18th, 2019 | by Subhash Nair

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Please Welcome the All-New Ford Focus ST

Ford may have a long term plan to get out of the car market but for now, they’ve given us a new Focus ST. All-new, in fact.

Ford Focus ST rear

This 4th generation Focus ST will be offered as both a 5-door hatchback and as a wagon. It’s built on the company’s new C2 architecture with performance parts going into the suspension, brakes and powertrain.

Ford Focus ST front

The 2.3-litre inline-4 EcoBoost engine here puts out 280PS and 12% more torque than before at 420Nm. 0-100km/h will be covered in less than 6 seconds. This engine benefits from anti-lag technology developed for the Ford GT and F-150 Raptor.

Ford Focus ST dashboard

This new Focus ST is the first front-wheel drive vehicle to bring an electronic limited-slip differential (eLSD) to the table, giving it outstanding handling and stability.

Ford Focus ST rear 2 in motion

You can have it with a good old fashioned 6-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic that has been geared for performance.

The automatic comes with Adaptive Shift Scheduling, a piece of technology that adjusts to YOUR driving style.

Ford Focus ST Steering and Gear knob

Additionally, this Focus ST will come with Selectable Drive Modes and Continuously Controlled Damping as standard.

Ford Focus ST front hero 2

The all-new Ford Focus ST is being made in Germany and will start rolling out in Q3 of this year.

Here are more photos and videos of the new car you might enjoy:

Ford Focus ST Seats  Ford Focus ST interior    Ford Focus ST rear Ford Focus ST side profile Ford Focus ST side profile 2 Ford Focus ST front in motion Ford Focus ST profile 2   Ford Focus ST front hero Ford Focus ST front hero 2


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