Ford has teased has teased its upcoming all-new Ford Focus model in a short but artistic video, just ahead of its global debut on the 10th of April 2018.
The 10-odd second video provides a clear look at the fourth-generation Focus’ headlamp design and LED daytime running light graphics. Another shot highlights the new wheel design, visibly shod in Michelin tyres. The video closes out with a panning view of rear end, which features the “Focus” nameplate emblazoned across the boot section.
The video closes out with the date of the upcoming world debut.
According to AutoExpress, the fourth-generation car will likely be based on Ford’s Global C-Car platform which has been adapted suit the company’s latest range of petrol (Ecoboost) and diesel engines. Hybrid and full-electric versions (which is compatible with the C-Car platform) likely be introduced in stages, as part of Ford’s plan to introduce up to 13 electrified models by 2020.
We managed got our hands on some spyshots early last year, which captured the 2018 Focus undergoing winter testing. Despite the test mule’s heavy camouflage, the pictures gave us a glimpse of the new car’s front fascia and rear section of the car, which revealed a new rear door design, with an integrated rear quarter glass.