The Focus ST-3 hot hatch has been engineered to perform, and designed to delight. Fully-loaded with luxury features, it still has incredible presence on the road, its aggressive styling and stance a promise of the power and agility.
Ford’s famed 2.3-litre EcoBoost turbo engine is the most powerful ever in a Focus ST, delivering 206kW of power and 420Nm of torque~ through a seven-speed automatic transmission. The Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD) system adjusts driving dynamics every 2 milliseconds, while the electronic limited-slip differential (eLSD) enhances cornering and stability1.
The unique Focus ST-3 interior intensifies the sporty atmosphere with an ST-embossed aluminium gear knob and scuff plates. The position of the heated Recaro front seats has been fine tuned to complement the in-control feel for the driver, and a dedicated button on the flat-bottomed steering wheel provides direct access to Sport mode2.
The Focus ST-3 builds on the sporting Focus silhouette with subtle styling changes and unique alloy wheel designs. A revised front grille design optimises cooling capability, and lower wing elements channel air for improved aerodynamics. The larger rear roof spoiler increases downforce, while a twin exit tailpipe and rear diffuser complete the sporty look.
The limited edition 2021 Focus ST-3 has the class-leading dynamics and turbo-charged performance you’d expect of a Focus hot hatch, but with more style, and a refined luxury, to bring you the ultimate driver’s car.
The Focus ST-3 hot hatch is packed with the latest tech to make every journey more enjoyable and to help keep you safer.
Rock on or relax with the powerful 675-watt setup with 10 speakers and sub-woofer. Select and play music as it’s meant to be heard via the 8” touchscreen using Apple CarPlay or Android Auto smartphone capability2.
Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go adjusts your cruise control speed based on the vehicle ahead1. If traffic slows to a standstill, the system can bring your ST to a complete stop. This smart technology also includes Speed Sign Recognition1, displaying the current speed limit on the digital instrument cluster.