Ford has unveiled its brand new Ford Focus car, a super-green, ultra-efficient EcoBoost model that the auto maker is touting as its greenest petrol-powered family car to date.
The new Ford Focus 1.0 litre EcoBoost is reportedly the first European petrol car for families that is able to offer CO2 emissions as low as 99g/km.
well as cutting its carbon footprint. In recent tests, the new Focus’ specially calibrated 100PS Ford engine – a system which has won awards for its design and performance – delivered impressive fuel efficiency figures of 67.5 mpg (miles per gallon).
The newest of Ford cars also comes with Ford ECOnetic Technology, which gives the vehicle unique aerodynamics, revised gears and ultra-low rolling resistance tyres, all of which are designed to improve fuel efficiency.
Commenting on the launch of the new Ford Focus car, the company’s European Product Development vice president Barb Samardzich said:
“Just a couple of years ago few would have thought that a medium-sized petrol car could break the 100g/km CO2 barrier,
“Ford’s 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine has a habit of taking expectations of what a petrol engine can deliver and turning them upside down.”