Powering the new Focus CC are a host of engines including a 1.6L 100PS (74 kW), 2.0L 145 PS (107 kW), and a 2.0L diesel engine producing 136 PS (100 kW) and 320 Nm of torque.
Ford used the Geneva Auto Show to showcase their redesigned Focus Coupe-Cabriolet, which features numerous enhancements over its predecessor.
Equipped with a Pininfarina retractable hardtop, the new model now offers best in class luggage volume. Using the same stylish front end as the Focus sedan, the convertible attempts to offer high emotional appeal combined with daily driver usability. A host of new options will be offered such as keyless start, a tire deflation detection system, improved audio systems which support Bluetooth and USB connectivity, and multiple navigation systems. The first navigation system uses SD cards which helps to keep the option affordable, the second system is a more traditional DVD based unit which features a 7-inch color touchscreen.
Powering the new Focus CC are a host of engines including a 1.6L with 100PS (74 kW), a 2.0L with 145 PS (107 kW), and a 2.0L diesel with 136 PS (100 kW) and 320 Nm of torque. A sport package with a retuned suspension, special 17” alloy wheels, and tinted headlights will be offered.