Ford debuts a new ultra-efficient version of the Focus 1.0L EcoBoost as the first gasoline-powered midsize car in Europe to break the 100g/km carbon-dioxide barrier. Capable of 67.5 mpg (3.5 L/100 km) and 99 g/km, it will be the auto maker’s most fuel-efficient car ever sold in its segment when it reaches showrooms in early 2014. It is powered by a specially calibrated 100-hp version of the award-winning engine and Ford’s ECOnetic technology, including special tires, unique ...
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