Friday, 7 March 2014

Ford unveils 2015 Focus in Geneva

Ford hasn't done too bad with its Focus line. In 2012, it surpassed the Toyota Corolla as the world's best selling car model and, according to Ford, it still holds the crown with 12 million sold worldwide. The economical all-round commuter car enjoys a good reputation with reviewers and drivers, so it's not surprising that Ford doesn't go in for radical redesigns, but the company does tweak a bit now and then. This year at the Geneva Motor Show, Ford is unveiling its latest Focus with a slightly sleeker design package containing some new engine and other technologies for the European market... Continue Reading Ford unveils 2015 Focus in Geneva

Section: Automotive

Tags: focus, Ford, Geneva Motor Show 2014

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