Ford Focus ST will not receive all-wheel drive systemMay 24, 2020
The automaker is preparing a hybrid modification for the new generation Focus ST.
In an interview with Car Advice, the head of Ford Performance Europe, Stefan Muenzinger, said that the new generation of the Focus Focus ST will not receive an all-wheel drive version.
Most likely, a four-wheel drive could get the RS version, but its prospects are not even discussed. A non-alternative front-wheel drive will be available for the ST, and a hybrid modification will be available in the new generation.
The timing of the appearance of “charged” Ford Focus is still unknown. The current ST is offered in hatchback and station wagon bodies, and 2.3-liter gasoline EcoBoost with a capacity of 280 hp are available as power plants. and 2.0-liter 190 hp EcoBlue diesel The gasoline unit is combined with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a seven-speed automatic transmission, and the diesel engine has a non-alternative manual transmission.
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