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About Ford Focus

The Ford Focus is a compact car first introduced in North America in 1999. Focus car parts are built on the C170 platform and based off of a front wheel drive vehicle. In its launch in 2000, it was first available as a two-door ZX3 hatchback, a ZX4 sedan, and a ZXW wagon. Ford would launch the Focus SVT, a performance version of the car, in limited quantities. It featured exclusive Focus body parts like HID headlights and the European ST170 rim. In 2005, Ford released a hot hatch version called the Focus ST with a turbocharged 2.5 liter engine. The ST name would later be carried over for the electric Focus in 2013.