2012 Ford Focus by 3dCarbon

Ford continues its attack on the Los Angeles Auto Show with this next Ford Focus from 3dCarbon. It may not see even a glint of a power upgrade, but the styling and aerodynamic modifications do allow for a tremendous boost in the overall look of the car.

The very first thing we noticed on the car is the glossy black hood and the satiny film foil wrap covering the rest of the body. The windows are smoked-out with 3M window film and the 20-inch Series KM650-KMC wheels are painted in glossy black finish and wrapped in Falken tires – FK452. There are two red pinstripes accenting their way down the length of the roof and hood while the wheels also get a little red pinstripe action.

In addition to the styling benefits found on this Focus, the hatchback also gets a 3dCarbon roof wing, H&R Springs sport spring, and a FSWerks cat-back exhaust.

“This car builds on the already impressive styling of the new Focus with the unique touches we used, like the foil wrap and red accents,” said Ernie Bunnell, 3dCarbon vice president of sales and marketing. “The design of the Focus fits where the market is right now and the global appeal of this car is sure to be a hit with our customers.”

Press release after the jump.

Press release

The Focus by 3dCarbon is sure to grab the attention of visitors to the Ford stand with its sinister looks complemented by 3M’s unique VentureShield™ Paint Protection Matte Finish Film, which was installed by California C.A.R.S. Smoked-out windows with 3M window film add to the tough but elegant look of this vehicle. The wrap film can easily be installed and uninstalled to update the look of the car.

Except for the glossy black hood, the rest of the black body panels have a film foil wrap with a satin appearance. The 20-inch Series KM650-KMC wheels also feature the glossy black finish, highlighted with a red pinstripe. This Focus rides on Falken tires – FK452 – the true definition of an ultra-high-performance tire.

Ford Focus by 3dCarbon

This Focus also sports a 3dCarbon roof wing that delivers enhanced looks and additional aerodynamic benefits. An H&R Springs sport spring delivers better handling and ride comfort, while an FSWerks cat-back exhaust offers style and functionality.

“This car builds on the already impressive styling of the new Focus with the unique touches we used, like the foil wrap and red accents,” said Ernie Bunnell, 3dCarbon vice president of sales and marketing. “The design of the Focus fits where the market is right now and the global appeal of this car is sure to be a hit with our customers.”


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3 comments:

No matter how many horsepower those stickers add, they’re still grandma’s Fiesta with four doors. The two-door Fiesta would be much more credible as a hot rod.

dang I’m so impressed, it looks more better than the Focus FSWERKS, maybe the base color is my basis that’s why i turned my eyes on the 3dcarbon tuned.

that’s the good thing that I like about the Ford they have a wonderful aerodynamic..

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