Limited Edition Ford Focus X Road Unveiled

American manufacturer Ford has unveiled at the AutoRAI show in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the new Ford Focus X Road. The limited 300 unit edition, based on the Focus Wagon Titanium, has a more robust bodykit and is powered by 1.8l engines.

The powerplant, which develops 125 horsepower, can run on either unleaded petrol or bio ethanol as well as on a combination of the two. The unit is linked to a six speed manual gearbox and, oddly enough, a front wheel drive train.

To improve the off road performances of the Focus, Ford has fitted the car with a taller suspension and under body skid plates. In addition, an adaptive traction control system helps the X Road stay on track even in slippery road conditions.

The body kit for the Focus has an "off road look", with black underside matted to the Moondust Silver paint job. The vehicle rolls on 17 inch alloy rims.

The new Ford is, as the manufacturer says, "fully equipped". It features multi zone air conditioning (DEAC), electric windows, heated windshield, rain sensor, automatic sports front seats, cruise control and an audio system with CD player and AUX jack.

For an extra $500, Ford will provide customers with the Business Pack, consisting of an advanced navigation system with 5-inch color display, USB connector, Bluetooth phone for hands-free phones and voice-control operation for the phone, the navigation system, air conditioning and the audio system.

The Ford Focis X road will be available in showrooms across the Netherlands in mid July, at a starting price of 25,175 euros, VAT included.
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