Ford has unveiled the 2019 Focus, its latest sports car that will be based on the Ford Focus Electric.
The 2019 Focus will feature a 0-62mph time of 4.8 seconds, a 0.7 second quarter-mile time, and a 0 to 60mph time in 6.6 seconds.
Ford says that the 2019 Ford Focus will be offered in three models: the Focus Energi, Focus Efficient, and Focus Sport.
The Focus Eenergi will feature an electric motor, while the Focus Sport will be powered by an electric turbocharged engine.
The 2018 Focus E-Hybrid and Focus EHybrid Sport are the two rear-wheel-drive models.
The 2019 Ford Fiesta will be the company’s entry-level model, while its base model will come in the 2019 Fiesta Sport.
Ford claims that the 2018 Fiesta will offer better fuel economy, a more comfortable ride, and improved safety features.
The Fiesta Sport is expected to be available in two colors: Black and Blue.
The 2020 Focus will come with a three-row, 4.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and will be available with either a six-speed manual or a six speed automatic transmission.
The Focus Electric will be sold in three versions: the Ford Energy, Ford Focus, and Ford Focus Sport Hybrid.
The EnerGY will be an all-electric vehicle with a battery pack of 5,000-volt batteries, while Focus Energys will feature 4,500-volt lithium-ion batteries, which are more environmentally friendly than traditional batteries.
The 2021 Focus will also come with an all electric engine.
Ford says that its Focus Electric Hybrid is designed to offer better power-to-weight ratio, while offering better range and less maintenance than other hybrids.
It will have a starting price of $40,000 and will go on sale in 2021.
The 2020 Ford Focus eHybrid will come equipped with an electric powertrain and will come standard with the Focus Electric Active, a sixth wheel-drive system, with an optional four-wheel drive.
The 2018 Ford Focus is also the first electric vehicle in Ford’s lineup, which is aimed at the consumer.
It is expected that the Focus ePower will come later in 2021, although no exact dates have been announced.
Ford is targeting a 2020 to 2021 production timeline, which could see the Focus become the first production vehicle to offer an all EV option.