Ford unveiled its 2015 Focus on Monday with tweaks to its exterior, an improved interior and a tiny 3-cylinder engine that has already earned solid reviews.
The Focus – Ford’s best-selling car worldwide – will be on display next week at the Geneva Motor Show. It was unveiled on Monday in Barcelona.
The compact sedan, totally redesigned in 2010 for the U.S., will arrive at dealerships in the second quarter of the year.
It was one of the key cars that Ford dramatically upgraded as part of CEO Alan Mulally’s efforts to balance the automaker’s truck-heavy lineup with small, more appealing cars.