‘Ford Focus’ makes its debut at Milan’s ‘Fantastico’
F1 has been busy in the last few months.
This week, Ferrari announced a new car which is the second of three in its Ford Focus line, with more to follow.
The new Focus will have an electric motor that can go up to 220kW and a range of around 400km, but it will also be the first electric vehicle to be built by a British manufacturer.
The Ford Focus is set to arrive in Milan on August 1st, which makes it the first Ford Focus that is to make its debut in Milan.
It will be the second Focus to be unveiled at Milan this year.
In October, the Ford Focus will be unveiled for the first time in the city.
The Italian city is famous for its rich history, so it is no surprise that it is the home of Ford Focus.
The automaker has been building Fords in Milan since the 1950s, and has been one of the major suppliers of the new Focus since its launch.
Ford Focus is one of several electric cars on the road, and it is one which is expected to be more efficient than its gas-powered competitors.
However, in Milan, it is also expected to have a lower weight than its rivals.
Ford has already made headlines with its new electric Focus, which was unveiled at the 2016 Frankfurt Motor Show, and is the first car in its Focus line to be powered by a battery.
The company is also introducing its first hybrid-electric vehicle in the UK, which will be powered with a hydrogen fuel cell.
Despite its futuristic looks, the new Ford Focus has a proven track record of success in the sportscar world.
In fact, the Focus has made the shortlist for the 2016 Car of the Year award.
The brand has also been busy with its electric range, which has seen it win the 2017 SCCA Championship for its electric-powered Ford GT, which won the European Le Mans Series for the second year in a row.
The company has been working on the Ford Fiesta, which is set for a 2019 launch in the US, but is yet to confirm when that will happen.