With the third-generation Ford Focus now being offered in a variety of body styles, including a five-door hatch, a four-door sedan and an estate, designer David Cardoso thought it was about time Ford developed a coupe version of the latest Focus.
The Ford Focus Coupe Concept is designed to be built around the third-generation Focus’ platform. Inside is a 2+2 seating layout, and the car is aimed at buyers who would otherwise be considering cars like the Honda CR-Z or the Peugeot RCZ.
Despite the fact the Ford Focus Coupe Concept was designed to join the third-generation Focus family (in a hypothetical world), the headlights and grille assembly fit better with the 2nd-generation car. Although from the rear, the more curvaceous lines do fit reasonably well with the new Focus – despite the fact they’re slightly convoluted and unnecessarily complicated.
The Ford Focus Coupe Concept isn’t a bad design though. In fact overall it’s a well thought out concept, and one which probably isn’t too far removed from reality – once Ford does actually get around to making a 3rd-generation Focus Coupe.