Built from the ground up, the All-New Focus has been designed to improve your driving experience in every way. Packed with advanced features like Ford Co-Pilot360, an impressive set of Driver Assist Technologies including Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go and Lane Centring, and Active Park Assist 2, this next generation car brings together these smart technologies to help manage acceleration, braking, and even steering.
With technology that's so effortless and useful, you'll wonder how you ever did without it.
Available in Focus models with an automatic transmission, this latest generation of Active Park Assist smart technology not only steers you into parking spots, but controls the acceleration, gear shifting and braking as well making parking effortless. After activation, you simply select a side of the road and whether you want to parallel or perpendicular park. You then push and hold the button and let your car do all the work for you.
A precise and intensely bright light pattern that automatically adjusts to suit different road and driving conditions is delivered by Adaptive Lighting with Ford Dynamic LED headlights and daytime running lights. To avoid dazzling other drivers, the glare-free high beam adjusts itself automatically and the new system can even read the curve of the road to illuminate corners and crossings before you enter them.
Selectable drive modes allow you to personalise your driving experience by altering the Focus’ throttle response, steering, and even gear-change behaviour to match your driving style. Modes include ‘Normal’, ‘Eco’ and ‘Sport’.
A simple addition that has some surprising advantages is the electric parking brake. For instance, it gives you more room in the cabin, it’s easier to apply, and you won’t have to get the brakes serviced as regularly. To apply the brake, all you have to do is press a button in the centre console.
Stay informed without having to glance down at the dashboard with the new Head-up display which projects your vehicle’s dashboard information into your field of vision. The information shown on the colour display can also be fully customised to suit your preferences.
Whether the signs are at the side of the road or above it, permanent or temporary, Traffic Sign Recognition can identify them. Icons for speed limits and no-overtaking signs are displayed on the instrument cluster, alerting you to changing restrictions.
Designed to enhance your speed control, Intelligent Speed Assist enables you to concentrate on the road. First, a front-facing camera automatically detects the current speed limit and if activated, the system adjusts your maximum speed setting to that limit
This system adjusts your cruise control speed based on the vehicle ahead. If traffic slows to a standstill, this smart technology can bring your vehicle to a complete stop. When the traffic clears, the car will automatically accelerate back up to the pre-set speed.
To help avoid collisions, Evasive Steering Assist will help you steer around stopped or slower vehicles. The system uses radar and a camera to detect slower-moving and stationary vehicles ahead, and provides steering support to help you avoid a vehicle if a collision is imminent. The technology activates if there’s insufficient space to avoid a collision by braking and you initiate evasive action.
Using RADAR sensors, the Blind Spot Information System sees vehicles that may be hidden in your blind spot. They’re situated on either side of your Focus and alert you with an orange light, clearly displayed in the side door mirror.
A feature of the Blind Spot Information System is Cross Traffic Alert. When you’re reversing out of a space and have limited visibility of the traffic situation, Cross Traffic Alert can detect oncoming vehicles and sound a warning. The technology illuminates a light in the wing mirror too (left or right depending on the direction of oncoming traffic).
Using a forward-looking camera to detect if you’re unintentionally drifting out of lane, Lane Keeping Aid provides gentle steering torque assistance to help guide you back into your lane. If your wheel touches the line or edge of the road, Lane Keeping Alert vibrates the steering wheel and displays a visual warning. The technology automatically deactivates at speeds below 43 mph (64 km/h), or can be turned off manually.
Helping reduce the likelihood of a secondary collision in the event of an accident, Post collision braking when detecting an accident will automatically apply the emergency brakes. This helps to prevent the car rolling towards oncoming traffic or other obstacles in the road.
To temporarily stop you rolling backwards or forwards when making a hill start, Hill Start Assist works by maintaining pressure to the braking system for an extra 2-3 seconds. This gives you more time and control as you move your foot from brake pedal to accelerator and is useful when you’re stopping and starting on slippery surfaces.
Torque Vectoring Control reacts to the road surface 100 times per second. (That’s 33 times faster than the blink of an eye.) Using this information, it balances the amount of power delivered to each of the two front wheels. This maximises grip and sharpens handling around corners and over undulations in the road.
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