The all-new Focus ST features an aggressive and aerodynamic design with unique front and rear end designs, muscular extended rocker panels and a striking new alloy wheel aesthetic.
Representing the sportiest definition yet of Ford’s signature trapezoidal grille, the bold one-piece design is placed higher on the nose of the vehicle, and incorporates a distinctive hexagonal mesh.
From the side, muscular extended rocker panels emphasise the lowered chassis, and the bold wheel arches are filled with 18-inch alloy wheels with a unique Y-spoke design. This wheel and tire combination will give the all-new Focus ST great road-holding grip.
The all-new Focus ST has a high-performance exhaust system, which exits the vehicle through a central dual-pipe outlet. The exhaust outlet has been given a highly distinctive design treatment with a muscular form and is tuned to deliver a confident growl under power.
The car’s aerodynamic package is completed by a highly effective integrated roof spoiler optimised to deliver improved high-speed stability and reduced drag while the dynamic rear bumper incorporates prominent diffuser-style vents in the lower fascia.
Bold, high-contrast sport cockpit
The performance theme from the exterior is echoed inside the all-new Ford Focus with a very bold high-contrast sport cockpit featuring a specially-designed steering wheel, gearshift and pedals. The darker headlining and trim on the pillars, an integral part of the ST’s design DNA, adds to the performance driving feel.
Ford worked extensively with seat manufacturer Recaro® to provide Focus ST customers with ultimate comfort and support. Lowered seats – available in partial leather – offer exclusive premium features including length adjustment, a segment-first, and cushion tilt. An all-new bench, made with special foam, makes sure there is no compromise to rear passenger comfort.
The all-new Focus ST adds three additional gauges for turbo boost, oil pressure and oil temperature, housed in a dedicated binnacle on the upper instrument panel; the instrument cluster features unique ST sports graphics with red needle pointers, and the centre console has a technical carbon-effect finish. ST instrumentation is geared to keep the ST driver informed while concentrated on the serious pursuit of enthusiastic driving.
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