January 15th, 2010
From Green Right Now Reports
AutoWeek has declared Ford’s next-generation Focus the “Most Significant” vehicle of the 2010 North American International Auto Show. The car was chosen from among nearly 40 new vehicles that were premiered.
“This was a unanimous vote, one of the few in the history of the AutoWeek award,” Wes Raynal, editor of AutoWeek and autoweek.com, said in a statement. “This car gives Ford and Focus fans their car back. By that we mean enthusiasts have been crying for the European Focus for years and we’re finally getting our wish. The car goes on sale in 2011 powered by a sporty four-cylinder engine … and we can’t wait to drive it.”