Next-gen Ford Focus 2019 sedan spruced up in comic-inspired camouflage

Mar 17, 2018 | Same topic: Car sneak peeks - Check it out!
The all-new Ford Focus 2019 sedan will hit the market next month.

If you don’t believe in your eyes as seeing these photos, let’s us tell you the main character here is actually the next-gen Ford Focus 2019 sedan camouflaged in a “comic- inspired” coat.

Ford Focus 2019 sedan spy shot side view

The next-gen Ford Focus 2019 sedan is camouflaged in a “comic- inspired” coat

With this impressive coat, the Focus can surely dominate any other ordinary black-and-white camouflage even though we don’t know the true purpose of the American manufacturer.

As can be seen from the spy shots, the fresh four-door sedan now comes adorned with production headlamps and an all-new grille and bumper. Besides, there are also fake body panels, revealing just a glimpse of the sedan’s fresh body shape and lines. Noticeably, the rear side of the Focus is now highlighted by the new F-shaped taillamps and a bigger trunk lid.

The spy photos also reveal there is a bump in the fourth-gen Focus’s size, which brings an expectation of a more spacious cabin than the previous model.

Ford Focus 2019 sedan spy shot angular front

There are also fake body panels, revealing just a glimpse of the sedan’s fresh body shape and lines

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Speaking of the powertrains, the all-new Ford Focus 2019 is hoped to inherit the engines of its predecessor which include the 1.0 L 3-cylinder turbo-diesel and the 1.5 L 4-cylinder turbo-diesel mills.

Besides the turbo-powered engines, the Focus could also offer an all-electric version and a plug-in hybrid variant.

Ford Focus 2019 sedan spy shot angular rear

Ford Focus 2019 sedan spy shot angular rear

Besides the turbo-powered engines, the Focus could also offer an all-electric version and a plug-in hybrid variant

The hatchback version of the Ford Focus 2019 is expected to make its global launch sometime in April and the sedan model will hit the market months after.

In the meantime, why don't you have a look at our full-scale review for the PH-spec Ford Focus in the link below?