The new Focus has already been unveiled to the general public at both the Detroit and Geneva International Auto Shows, and from what we have seen, this is going to be a REAL contender in the small car segment. It doesn’t go on sale until 2011 in the U.S. and Europe, but it’s not until 2012 that it migrates here to Australia. Major sad face! Anyways, there is still work to be done on one of Ford’s most crucial products – and Autoblog’s spies have found the beauty in action:
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Back when Ford announced that at least 10 vehicles will make use of Ford’s new C-segment platform, we all got thinking of what possible models there will be. Well, to stop 50% of the guessing, there are now 5 confirmed cars: the 2012 Focus hatch and sedan, C-Max and Grand C-Max and now, the new Focus Estate… or wagon depending where you come from.
It’s a subject that’s been on any avid Ford fans mind over the past year or so (maybe… sort of…) what the Fiesta may look like (and what kit it’ll have) when (originally if) it came to the U.S. Well here it is! The 2011 Ford Fiesta… U.S.-spec!
Ford has already released 100 Euro-market Ford Fiesta hatchbacks into the hands of its Fiesta Movement ambassadors, but the actual production model being developed for the U.S. will have some differences, as these spy shots indicate.
Source: Next Autos
Ford has started to run some test mules for its next generation Focus, spotted this first time around in both sedan and wagon variants. While we are certainly excited to see a load-lugging Focus being tested out, we’re not going to hold our breath that Ford has plans to bring the wagon version to North America for the first time since the first-generation car.