By now, we’ve seen plenty of Focus F-Series vehicles on the road and around the globe.
The last of those was a Focus S, but Ford is not done with the Focus lineup just yet.
Today, Ford is introducing a new vehicle that is going to be the Focus F450 Platinum model, and it is a very nice car.
The F450 platinum comes with a 2.0L four-cylinder engine and the base price is $43,200.
The manual-equipped F450 is going for $50,100 and it will also come with the optional F450S package.
The package is for a total of $72,900, and you can get the two versions of the F450 as well as the F350 with a $45,000 price tag.
The base F450 will come with a 4.3L V-8, which makes it the smallest Ford has ever built.
Ford also has a 3.7-liter HEMi engine with the V-6 rated at 270 hp and the V8 at 315 hp.
There are three different turbochargers that power the 4.0-liter V-4 and two turbos, one with a variable ratio of 12.4:1.
The four-wheel-drive system is also optional and comes standard with automatic transmission, six-speed automatic transmission or a six-wheel drive option.
The f450 platinum is rated at 25 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, so it is not an all-wheel ride option.
Ford says the F-450 platinum can reach an EPA-rated combined city/highway fuel economy of 26/23 mpg.
The price tag for the F150 Platinum is $55,800.
The Ford Focus Focus F150 will be on sale in the U.S. beginning March 26.