The Ford Focus is a true "world car" in every sense of the phrase. Ford offers the Focus, or some version of the Focus, in pretty much every market in which the company does business—and builds it in many of them too. In fact, back in 2012, the Ford Focus surpassed the Toyota Corolla to become the world’s best selling nameplate, and has remained so for each of the ensuing years
Thoroughly made over for the 2015 model year, the Focus got new exterior styling, a revised interior treatment, new infotainment and safety systems, as well as a new ultra-efficient engine option. In other words, all of the qualities we listed above, have been improved upon with this latest iteration of the car Ford introduced back in 1998.
But wait, there’s more; the subject of this road test review, the Ford Focus Electric, is a relatively new addition to the Focus lineup. One of the most affordable electric models on the market, the Focus is one of but 13 electric cars currently available.