2019 Ford Focus ST Spotted During A Photo Shoot In Portugal: Spy Shots

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Spotted recently at a photo shoot in Cascais, Portugal, the all-new, 2019 Ford Focus ST looks ready to roll in a new spy photograph snapped by a man named Tamás and published by Hungarian car news outlet Vezess. The crystal-clear photo of the undisguised Focus ST gives us a decent look at its side profile, new headlight and taillight designs, rear spoiler, and two-tone alloy wheels.

You can take a peak yourself over on the Vezess website (in Hungarian).

How do we know it’s the new Ford Focus ST, and not just a standard Focus model? The big spoiler hanging over the rear hatch glass, which appears to be sized similarly to the spoiler on the current ST, is a bit of a giveaway, as are the big, sporty-looking alloy wheels and the red painted brake calipers. In addition, although it isn’t legible in this shot, the photographer says that’s an “ST” badge on the front fender.

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The photographer, Tamás, also snapped a photo of another 2019 Ford Focus and submitted it to Vezess, although that car is mostly covered. Based on the upscale-looking alternative wheel design, the unpainted brake calipers, and the thin chrome strip along the bottoms of the doors, we’re guessing the covered example is a high-spec non-ST model – perhaps the Titanium.

The all-new, fourth-generation Ford Focus compact will bow later this year before going on sale as a 2019 model-year car. North American examples will be sourced primarily from China rather than Mexico as originally planned, with the 2019 Ford Ranger – and later, the Ford Bronco – moving in to take the Focus’ place at Ford’s Michigan Assembly plant.

As for the new Focus ST, it could return packing essentially the same turbocharged, 2.0-liter EcoBoost I4 under the hood, although given Ford’s decision to downsize the motor in the Fiesta ST slightly and shed a cylinder, the Focus ST could end up with something a bit smaller.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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