Ford T Unveil Next-Generation Ford Focus & 2011 Lincoln MKX at Detroit Auto Show


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Ford is changing the game when it comes to the way cars are made. Two of the most exciting reveals this year will be the next-generation Ford Focus and the 2011 Lincoln MKX.

Monday - Ford unveils the new global Focus - it's the first Ford car that is truly global in design. It will look the same in the United States, Europe and Asia. Ford pooled its best talent and resources to create a vehicle with a strong Ford point of view - great to look at, great to sit in, great to drive. The Focus sets a new standard - offering features and technologies usually reserved for larger, more premium vehicles - and it will do it worldwide.

Tuesday - the wraps come off of the 2011 Lincoln MKX with industry-exclusive technologies, world-class craftsmanship and power that doesn't sacrifice fuel economy. The new 2011 Lincoln MKX further elevates the midsize luxury crossover. It will be the first vehicle on the road to envelop drivers in the MyFord/MyLincoln Touch infotainment experience.

  When:       Monday, January 11th, 8:45 a.m. EST - Ford Focus reveal
              Tuesday, January 12th, 8:00 a.m. EST - Lincoln MKX reveal

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