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Honey, I shrunk the platform: Ford Focus introduces new small car skeleton for automaker

The new Ford Focus doesn’t only represent the next step for the compact car, it also opens a new chapter for Ford small cars. The 2020 Focus ushers in Ford’s new scalable unibody platform for small cars, and we’ll be seeing a lot of the architecture in the near future. According to an Automotive News

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Shelby GT500 spy shots, Focus ST spy shots, Maybach SUV concept: Car News Headlines

Follow Viknesh 2020 Ford Focus ST spy shots – Image via S. Baldauf/SB-Medien Enlarge Photo Ford’s latest prototypes for the new Mustang Shelby GT500 are wearing the least camouflage gear yet. Clearly visible are the car’s new aero elements, massive brake discs, and Cobra badge. Another Ford making the spy shots round is the sporty

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2020 Ford Focus preview

Follow Viknesh Ford on Tuesday took the covers off a redesigned Focus in hatchback, sedan and wagon body styles. The car represents the fourth generation of the popular compact and is due in most markets later this year. Unfortunately the United States will have to wait until the fall of 2019 meaning we’ll see it

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Next Ford Focus RS could be 400-hp hybrid

The current Ford Focus RS is preparing to depart the production line on April 6, but Ford has plans for another RS-badged Focus, and it might even be a hybrid. That’s the rumor from Dutch publication Auto International, which reported last week that the next-generation Focus RS will sport a 48-volt mild-hybrid system to boost

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2019 Ford Focus Sedan spy shots

Follow Viknesh A prototype for a redesigned Ford Focus Sedan has been spotted again. It follows recent sightings of the new Focus’ hatchback and wagon body styles. The new Focus will be launched in 2018, as a 2019 model, and this time around Ford will source the popular compact from a plant in China. The

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Luxury automakers focus on too much “stupid” tech, Genesis performance boss says

Genesis’ performance chief Albert Biermann had some harsh words for the brand’s German rivals. The former BMW M boss of 30 years said rival brands invest too much in unnecessary technology, and it gives Genesis a clear path forward for quality and longevity. “It’s all marketing, first of all,” Biermann told Drive. “How many people really

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