2010 Ford Focus Coupe Cabriolet Cool & Sound Edition

Ford Netherlands has unveiled the Ford Focus Coupe and Cabriolet Cool & Sound special editions just in time for the summer. Prices start at € 27,995 for the coupe and € 33,995 for the cabriolet version.

The Cool & Sound edition is based on the Trend trim level and adds 16-inch alloy wheels (17-inch alloy wheels for the convertible version), a Visibility Pack (rain sensor, automatic switching dipped headlights and auto dimming interior mirror), cruise control, rear parking sensors, an electrically heated windshield, a tire pressure monitoring system, and a windbreaker. The cabrio version also gets an advanced navigation system with 5-inch color screen, the Ford Power start button, a tire pressure monitoring system, a wind breaker, an electrically heated windscreen, Bluetooth phone, parking sensors, and Voice Control (voice control of the audio system, air conditioning, phone and the navigation system).

The coupe version is powered by a 1.6 16v engine with 100 HP, while the cabrio version gets a 2.0 16v with 145 HP.

All of the added features to the Ford Focus Coupe and Cabriolet models are just what the doctor ordered for the long and hot summer ahead. Ford’s timing couldn’t be better and we are sure these special editions will run out quickly.


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nice very nice,,, this is what I’ve been waiting for.. i hope they’ll release it soon. i bet many of it’s competitors will get jealous with it.

As usual almost certainly not available in here in the United States! Ford sends us(US) the garbage and Europe gets the cream of the crop! No wonder Ford is dire financial straights.

I think AMG should sue for Defamation of Character. People are going to see this stuff on the street and believe it’s an honest S65, then when some guy in a slightly hopped up pickup truck spanks the hell out of one at a stoplight drag race people will think AMG makes slow cars.

I think AMG should sue for Defamation of Character. People are going to see this stuff on the street and believe it’s an honest S65, then when some guy in a slightly hopped up pickup truck spanks the hell out of one at a stoplight drag race people will think AMG makes slow cars.

Although the novelty of a folding hard top may well have worn off some time ago, Ford’s Focus Coupe-Cabriolet 2.0-litre remains an appealing choice.

The popular Sequential Sports Shift feature of the automatic transmission allows the driver the choice of full automatic mode or sequential manual control of gear selections and will more than satisfy those who want the best of both worlds

Ford already has a nice convertible on the Focus platform with a three piece foldable roof: The Volvo C70. It would make no sense to weaken the distinctive features between the two.

Bought this car in March 2009 been through plenty of rain and no leaks what so ever. I had mine in the Iris colour and it is a real head turner with the roof up and down.

I just don’t get why Ford sells all of their competitive cars in Europe and why we here in America get stuck with Ford’s worst.

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