Prices for Ford’s new Coupé-Cabriolet will start at £16,795 for the 1.6-litre, CC-1 version. The 2.0-litre, CC-2 will cost £17,795, with the range-topping model, designated the CC-3, available for £18,795.
The new Focus Coupé-Cabriolet is the third model in Ford's expanding range of value-priced products and joins the Focus ST and S-MAX which are both priced to appeal to retail customers.
It is both better equipped and approx £200 cheaper than an entry-level Astra Twin-Top, and a whopping £2,575 cheaper than an entry-level Golf Eos.
The new model is Ford's first power-operated hardtop car. It has a two-piece, fully retractable hardtop which guarantees comfort and a high degree of year-round, everyday practicality. Together with the high performance Ford Focus ST, the all-new Coupé-Cabriolet sits at the very top of the Focus family.
Standard equipment for the CC-1 includes: alloy wheels, embossed rear chrome Focus logo, active roll over protection System, four-seats with sculptured rear bench, a range of unique colours (including Acqua metallic – previously seen as Vignale Blue), electronically operated and heated door mirrors with side turn indicators, Thatcham 1 Cat alarm, CD and air conditioning.
The CC-2 includes the addition of a 2.0 Duratec (145PS) petrol engine and 17in 10-spoke 'Vignale style' alloy wheels, three-spoke leather steering wheel, Sony MP3 player, Quickclear.
The top of the range CC-3 model offers even more elegance and style with leather seats, 17in 10-spoke 'machined' 'Vignale style' alloy wheels, cruise control, Sony 6CD, Quickclear, Auto lights/wipers/mirror, chrome detailed front fog light and grille surround.
|Model||Price Estimated OTR||Engine|
|Focus CC-1||£16,795||1.6 (100PS) Duratec Petrol|
|Focus CC-2||£17,795||2.0 (145PS) Duratec Petrol|
|Focus CC-2||£19,270||2.0 (136PS) Duratorq Diesel|
|Focus CC-3||£18,795||2.0 (145PS) Duratec Petrol|
|Focus CC-3||£20,210||2.0 (136PS) Duratorq Diesel|