2019 Ford Focus - Drive, Interior and Exterior. Ford Focus ST-Line, Vignale, Active, Titanium.

The all-new Ford Focus delivers more style, space and advanced driving technologies for mid-size family car customers than ever before.

Ford engineers collaborated closely with car-buyers to develop all-new Focus five-door hatchback and even more practical Focus wagon models in distinctive versions, each with their own personality – including the stylish Focus Titanium, sporty Focus ST-Line and upscale Focus Vignale. The all-new Focus Active crossover model features rugged sports utility vehicleinspired styling that includes raised ride-height, roof bars and additional cladding.

The all-new Focus also introduces a comprehensive range of advanced driving technologies that can help drivers make light work of stop-start traffic; see more clearly when driving in the dark; park simply by holding down a button; and avoid accidents.

The sporty all-new Focus silhouette is the most aerodynamic in its class. Athletic and dynamic with a long bonnet and muscular rear haunches, each model is differentiated with unique elements including satin aluminium details for the Vignale exterior; large spoiler and open front apertures for the ST-Line; and contrast silver front and rear skid plates for the Active.

Inside, simple, clean lines, expressive materials and seamlessly integrated surfaces make travelling in the Focus a more calming experience. The front doors now flow fluidly behind the instrument panel for a wrap-around effect, and soft touch materials deliver a more premium feel.

High-end consumer product design is reflected with polished glass and brushed finishes. Unique features and materials include fine-grain wood-effect finishes and premium leather for Vignale, sporty carbon fibre-effect finishes and red stitching for the ST-Line, and more rugged, textured materials and surfaces for the Active.

The all-new Focus also provides more space inside for passengers and luggage. More than 5 centimetres additional length between the front and rear wheels allows class-leading knee clearance for rear seat passengers, and all occupants benefit from the wider interior – there’s 6 centimetres more shoulder room in the rear. The impression of spaciousness is enhanced with a rear door design featuring windows that stretch further back for a more open sensation, and an openable panoramic roof that lets light flood into the interior.

Able to accommodate a large dog crate without needing to fold the rear seats, the all-new Focus wagon boot space is easy to access, using a simple kicking motion under the rear bumper to open the Hands-free tailgate. Folding the rear seats is also simplified – they now drop simply by pulling a switch in the boot space.

Advanced driver assistance technologies make driving a Ford Focus on motorways, in stop-start traffic and in town easier than ever before; and they are designed to make the driving experience more comfortable, less demanding and safer.

Ford’s Adaptive Front Lighting System with Predictive curve light and Sign-based light for the first time pre-adjusts headlamp patterns for maximum visibility before reaching a curve, junction or roundabout, using the forward-facing camera to monitor lane markings up to 65 metres ahead and detect roundabout, stop, give way and yield signs. The all-new Focus also offers Glare-free high beam that removes the guilt of accidentally dazzling other drivers and helps users see more of the road ahead at night. Focus is also the first Ford vehicle in Europe to offer a Head-up display (HUD) – one of the brightest and largest available – which helps drivers keep their eyes on the road by projecting useful information into their field of vision. And Active Park Assist 2 makes parking even easier by controlling forward and reverse gear selection, throttle and braking, as well as steering – and automatically manoeuvring into perpendicular parking spaces and parallel spaces just 1.1 metres longer than the car. The driver can control vehicle motion by simply selecting neutral and holding down a single centre consolemounted button.


    • Tom Snyder
      Tom Snyder

      I love my '07 Ford Focus hatchback. I want to drive a 2020

      about 5 months ago
    • carboy 34
      carboy 34

      2:49 well that looks neat

      about 5 months ago
    • Philip Rosenthale
      Philip Rosenthale

      FORD, Please bring this Focus ST to AMERICA! We want cars not just trucks and SUV’s. I love my MK3 ST3.

      about 7 months ago
    • Love Power
      Love Power

      Is copy VOLVO V40 ?

      about 8 months ago
    • Paul Bain
      Paul Bain

      Vial colours all bar the blue and white. Why can't manufacturers do more brighter colours. Reminds me of my Grandma's curtains.

      about 11 months ago
    • Tom Snyder
      Tom Snyder

      Nice looking car, it is a very comfortable car, I like a hatchback

      about 1 year ago
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      about 1 year ago
    • Kostyantyn Patlatyuk
      Kostyantyn Patlatyuk

      Verry nice car.

      about 1 year ago

      Active is My favorite

      about 1 year ago
    • David

      Designer externo insoso, sem graça!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Daniel D
      Daniel D

      kinda like the station wagen version of the focus shown at end of video over the active version coming to America .

      about 1 year ago

      The music display unit lets the car down the same one thats in the current fiesta, when cleaning the windscreen it's too easy to elbow it then snap then it's superglue time.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ngọc Vy
      Ngọc Vy

      Phần đâu quá sấu mặc dù giống se đua

      about 1 year ago
    • stacey_p

      People say it looks like a Fiat, a Mazda, a Volvo, a Toyota, a BMW, a Kia and a Renault. From this we can can conclude it looks like a car. If they'd designed something radical you'd all be complaining how ridiculous it looked.

      about 1 year ago
    • G Howard
      G Howard

      Ford owns the truck business. Lincoln came back strong. Continental is hot. ford cars are getting better fast.

      about 1 year ago
    • Robert Marsh
      Robert Marsh

      Hmm, might be a good car but yet again Ford blights it with a ridiculous guppy face and a child's tablet pc for an informative display. Why do they keep doing this???

      about 1 year ago
    • Robert Marsh
      Robert Marsh In reply to Robert Marsh

      *infotainment display*

      about 1 year ago
    • D h
      D h

      No abra variante ev🔋🔌?

      about 1 year ago
    • bionicerkin

      Taillights are exact copy of the current Fiat tipo HB/SW.

      about 1 year ago
    • mehrudin bajic
      mehrudin bajic

      katastrophe dashboard

      about 1 year ago
    • algor65

      Nice video. Congrats.

      about 1 year ago
    • Justin Lowry
      Justin Lowry

      oh hey look a Honda CRV

      about 1 year ago
    • Joseph Eaton
      Joseph Eaton

      Proudly made in CHINA!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Skyhawk1987Turbo

      Shame ford didn't Bing us a new fusion, but spent this money on the focus.

      about 1 year ago
    • Skyhawk1987Turbo

      Let's hope in the states in just a nappy hatchback, being the sedan back

      about 1 year ago
    • Skyhawk1987Turbo

      I'm sure ford will take forever to bring it the the USA, I hate that tacked on infortainment screen, why are car makers going that.

      about 1 year ago
    • P Jaquez32
      P Jaquez32

      Mercedes Benz GLA 220.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mark Hoffman
      Mark Hoffman

      Panamera and a mazda 3 had a baby.

      about 1 year ago
    • RavingMadJock

      Thank fcuk I've got a ST3 (2017) Mk3 .. What a Generic Blended looking car, think Mk4 styling dept & whoever @ 4.37 designed that Front Grill - wankers needs a Slap...........
      Hope Fix.Or Repair.Daily have a decent looking ST3 by 2021 or It'll be a VW (3dr) Golf (or another Scirocco), Audi A3 , Neu (2019) Toyota Corolla, Kia or Hyundai Gt something for me~ Ford just made (mk3) more desirable !

      about 1 year ago
    • CasualAgent

      Bland, with the rear end of a Tipo

      Bland, boring, like this elevator music

      about 1 year ago
    • rolla

      Rear lights are so ordinary, it's like hyundai i30 or toyota auris

      about 1 year ago