Ford makes driving easier with all-new tech-enabled Focus range

Ford Focus 2018

Ford has unveiled a new range of the iconic Focus with advanced driving technologies that can help drivers make light work of stop-start traffic; see more clearly when driving in the dark; park simply by holding down a button; and avoid accidents.

A new 'Stop & Go' feature enables the all-new Focus to maintain a comfortable driving distance from vehicles ahead in stop-start traffic. It also comes with Speed Sign Recognition, which can adjust the vehicle speed to within legal limits by monitoring speed signs and information from the onboard navigation system.

A Wireless charging pad for compatible smartphones means drivers can wave goodbye to storing a tangle of charging cables in the centre console. A new 675 watt B&O PLAY sound system helps occupants get the best from music streamed via FordPass Connect or smartphone.

With its athletic and dynamic silhouette, the all-new Focus is the most dynamic in its class. With clean lines, expressive materials and seamlessly integrated surfaces, the interior design make travelling in the Focus a more calming experience.

Additional technologies designed to help Focus drivers avoid accidents and distraction include, Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection;Evasive Steering Assist; Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Alert; Rear wide-view camera; Wrong Way Alert; and Post-Collision Braking. The Focus also comes Active Park Assist 2 which makes parking even easier by controlling all aspects of the process – and automatically manoeuvring into spaces just 1.1 metres longer than the car.

Ford engineers collaborated closely with car-buyers to develop all-new Focus five-door hatchback and even more practical Focus wagon models in distinctive versions, each with their own personality – including the stylish Focus Titanium, sporty Focus ST-Line and upscale Focus Vignale. The all-new Focus Active crossover model features rugged sports utility vehicle-inspired styling that includes raised ride-height, roof bars and additional cladding.

For more information, check out: https://www.ford.co.uk/cars/focus

Ford Focus 2018 ST Line

Ford Focus 2018 Active

Ford Focus 2018 Titanium

Ford Focus 2018 Vignale

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