Ford has unveiled a new Focus-based wagon at the AutoRAI in Amsterdam. The limited edition Ford Focus X-Road will be available in the Netherlands beginning this summer.

Ford has introduced a new wagon for the Dutch market this week. The new Ford Focus X-Road made its debut at AutoRAI in Amsterdam as a 300 unit limited edition.

Ford's new Focus comes with a 1.8-liter 16v engine, that produces 125 hp. The car can run on both petrol and bio-ethanol. Emissions are low enough to fit the vehicle in energy band B.

The vehicle comes with a black bodykit to differentiate it from the Ford Focus Wagon Titanium. Front and rear bumpers are in black, as are the lower portions of the doors and side panels. This black finish is meant to make the vehicle look "sturdy and robust" by giving the car an "off-road look." The car comes with black roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels, and a metallic Moondust Silver paint job. Dual-zone climate control, heated rain-sensing windshield, power windows, cruise control, CD audio system with auxiliary jack, and sport seats are included. For €500 more, customers can purchase the Business Pack, which includes a five-inch color display, navigation system, USB connector, Bluetooth, and voice control.

Available from mid-July, the new Ford Focus X-Road will be available in the Netherlands from €25,175, including VAT and BPM.


Ford X-Road Debuts at AutoRAI in The Netherlands