The five-door hatchback will arrive first. Later, the Focus will be available as a sedan and wagon, too.
The Ford Focus has been in a part Blue Oval's lineup in Europe for 20 years and has been around in North America for nearly as long. Dating back to an unveiling at the Detroit Auto Show in 2010, the existing, third generation is ready for a replacement. A new one premieres in just a few days, and here is everything we know about the next Focus before the big unveiling.