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2015 Focus Facelift (Mk 3.5) Unveiled


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#91 alexp999

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Posted 13 August 2014 - 07:46 AM

Most manufacturers do the same.

The Mk2.5 focus looked like the outgoing Mondeo.

I would say Audi are worse with copy and paste, their cars look identical save for the distance between front and back wheels.

I think there are enough differences in the Focus for it to be its own design, the grill is not the same shape and the lower part is quite different. If anything I'd say the Fiesta is closer to the Mondeo than the new Focus.

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#92 The Admiral

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Posted 13 August 2014 - 07:55 AM

Your right about Audi's we have plenty of new Audi A8 / A6 / A4's at work and your've got to look twice ! It's definitely down to size to tell them apart, I just wish Ford word make there new models abit more individual but still have great design, at least the quality of the interiors is getting more like the top marquees , my Titanium X is 4 years old now and still feels like brand new

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#93 alexp999

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Posted 20 August 2014 - 03:18 PM

Ford Germany car configurator is up:

http://www.ford.de/P...rator/FordFocus

 

(Hurry up Ford UK :P )




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