Two New Editions Of The 2016 Ford Focus Zetec S Added

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Ford Europe is breathing new vivacity into its lineup of small cars for 2016, introducing a slew of new, special edition models. One of these is the 2016 Ford Focus Zetec S.

In this capacity, “Zetec” is a trim level offered in Europe, not an indication of Ford’s discontinued family of Zetec four-cylinder engines.

The new 2016 Ford Focus Zetec S Red Edition features a contrasting “Panther Black” roof, door mirrors, and grille surround. The Black Edition, pictured above, is the inversion of this color scheme, with the aforementioned features painted in “Race Red.” Black 18-inch alloys, a red front airfoil and rear diffuser, and a black grille round out the visible exterior touches.

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Inside, the Ford Focus Zetec S Red and Black Editions are both clad in black with contrasting red stitching, and feature leather on the steering wheel, handbrake, and shifter boot. A standard sport suspension with firmer springs, tuned dampers, and a revised front anti-roll bar enhance the Ford Focus Zetec S’ handling characteristics.

The 2016 Ford Focus Zetec S Black and Red Editions are already available, powered by either a 182 horsepower, 1.5-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder, or a 150 horsepower, 2.0-liter Duratorq diesel.

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