Ford Focus Sings To The Tunes Of Loder1899

Tuning

German tuner Loder1899 has already created a tuning package for the all-new 2012 Ford Focus Hatch. Some of the new features include several carbon-filter elements, such as the front spoiler lip, matching side skirts and an RS-style rear apron with an integrated air diffuser. The headlight covers will also be carbon-fiber and are dubbed "Evil Eyes". The lower part of the front bumper features LED daytime running lights and fog lights wrapped in chrome.

The alloy wheels range in size from 18- to 20-inches. Loder1899 has also upgraded the diesel-powered Focus, increasing power and torque on the 2.0 liter TDCi engine from 163hp to 195hp and torque from 250 lb-ft to 291 lb-ft. The Focus accelerates from 0-62 mph in 8.4 seconds, which is 0.2 seconds faster than the factory version. Top speed is now supposedly 137 mph. You have the option of either buying the parts separately or a complete vehicle priced at €27,695 or roughly $39,520 USD.

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