RTE 2nd April, 2019, 20:22:15 By David Janssens EditorA new Ford Focus is on the road and there’s not much that can be done about it.
The Focus was launched in May 2016 with the aim of making it easier to buy new vehicles.
It’s still a niche vehicle, with only about 5 per cent of Ford’s new cars coming in the US, but there’s an appetite for more.
In this post, we’ll look at what’s changed with the Focus wagon since the launch and how it compares to the previous model, the Focus S.
The Focus S, with its big rear spoiler, rear fender and aggressive styling, has been around since 2008.
The most obvious change is the front bumper now has a much more aggressive design, with a more rounded and rounded shape, and the spoiler being longer.
The front grille is also longer and a new LED lighting system has been fitted.
In the rear, the front and rear fenders have been completely redesigned, with new spoiler bars, LED lighting and the addition of a new rear spoiler.
The headlights, which have also been upgraded, are a new design that incorporates LED lighting, side mirrors, a larger rear spoiler and a wider grille.
The new front fender looks quite similar to the Focus SV, and although there are minor differences, the overall look of the Focus remains the same.
The styling is still very much the same, with the only difference being the front spoiler, which now has rounded edges and a long, curved profile.
The rear spoiler now sits just under the rear bumper, which gives it more of a stance.
The interior has also been updated, with an updated dash with a new, curved dash panel, and a revised steering wheel.
The dash is more spacious than before, and there are new seats that feature a leather back and side panel, which are wider than on the previous models.
The steering wheel now features an 8-inch touchscreen, which has a new ‘V’ shaped design.
The steering wheel also now has the option of ‘Soft Touch’ and ‘Hard Touch’ to change the feel of the wheel when it’s being pressed.
The dashboard also has a more spacious design, and this is probably one of the biggest changes of the new Focus.
The audio has been upgraded to HiFi sound, with Apple CarPlay support and Apple CarPod connectivity.
The head unit now has Siri and Google Now support, and you can also use it to play music, call your friends and organise appointments.
It can also be used as a ‘virtual assistant’ and has the ability to set reminders.
There are also two new audio modes: ‘Play’ and “On”.
The latter is a music playback mode that will play music from the iTunes Store or play the current track from the Play Store.
On, you can select up to 20 songs from the iPod/iPad Music Library.
‘Play’, which is similar to what you’d hear on your iPod/iPhone, allows you to play any song on the device you’re currently listening to.
You can also control the phone, via the new voice-activated Remote App, by using the voice commands ‘OK’ and the new gesture called “Play”.
The new remote control will only work when you have the Focus in the car and not in your hands, and can only be used from the front seat.
There’s also an enhanced, much-improved audio system.
The car speakers have been upgraded and they can now be used in front, and they now also support Dolby Digital Plus audio for the surround sound speakers.
The stereo audio system has also got an updated design, which includes the addition in the steering wheel of a digital tuner, with three audio channels.
It also features a new subwoofer.
There is also a new touchscreen with a touchscreen interface, with all controls available from the new interface, and an improved, smaller keyboard.
You’ll also notice a new audio icon, the same as the steering column, in the navigation screen.
This makes it much easier to access the music control in the rear view mirror, and also allows you access to the phone or navigation functions.
The only other new part is the rear-mounted sunroof, which is now a removable unit.
The sunrooftop also has Bluetooth and will work with any smartphone, so you can check it out in the future.
There aren’t many changes with the new model of the Ford Focus, but it does get a slightly more premium look, which makes it more appealing.
It has also gained a rear spoiler that now sits behind the rear fader, which adds a bit of a flair to the vehicle.
The Ford Focus has been a big seller in the UK and US since the introduction of the model in late 2016, with sales up by more than 200 per cent on the year before.
It was first introduced in the United