Ford creates Focus X softroader

Ford creates Focus X softroader

Ford Focus X fq

At the 2009 AutoRAI show in Amsterdam, the wraps came off the limited edition Ford Focus X Road, a bifuel Allroad pretender set to go on sale this July in the Netherlands.

Based on the Focus Wagon Titanium, the X Road features a new body kit comprised of updated front and rear bumpers, with a matching black plastic finish on the doors and side panels. The suspension remains unchanged, but a new set of 17-inch wheels are fitted. Power is provided by a 125-hp, 1.8-litre motor that can run on either regular unleaded gas or bio-ethanol. If buyers go for the “Business Pack,” a five-inch display, navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity and voice controls are all included. Production is limited to just 300 units which will be gobbled up by european buyers.

Ford Focus X fq

At the 2009 AutoRAI show in Amsterdam, the wraps came off the limited edition Ford Focus X Road, a bifuel Allroad pretender set to go on sale this July in the Netherlands.

Based on the Focus Wagon Titanium, the X Road features a new body kit comprised of updated front and rear bumpers, with a matching black plastic finish on the doors and side panels. The suspension remains unchanged, but a new set of 17-inch wheels are fitted. Power is provided by a 125-hp, 1.8-litre motor that can run on either regular unleaded gas or bio-ethanol. If buyers go for the “Business Pack,” a five-inch display, navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity and voice controls are all included. Production is limited to just 300 units which will be gobbled up by european buyers.

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