Ford gave the Focus an Aston-Martin style grille for its facelift. Ford’s global C-segment car has been unofficially revealed in a set of photos that came up online. The change reminds us of the Ford Fusion.
The restyled Focus gets an Aston-esque grille, and a pair of slimmer, longer headlights together with a creased bonnet.
The five door hatchback also feature smoked headlights and taillights. On the inside, the center console gets a larger display and redesigned controls while the steering wheel also gets replaced.
The Focus is slated to debut at the Geneva Auto Show in a few weeks time.
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