Developed by the Ford motor company, the Focus has continually served as Ford's entry level vehicle since its debut in 2000. Though the car comes in two-door coupe and four-door sedan models along with six trim options as of 2010, all Focus models bear the same engine and performance specifications. As such, torque specifications remain identical across all Focus models.
The Focus comes equipped with a 2-liter, inline four-cylinder engine with 140 horsepower at 6,000 revolutions per minute (rpm). The 2-liter focus engine is capable of 136 foot-lbs. of torque. To reach maximum torque, the 2-liter Focus engine must work at 4,250rpm.
The 2-liter, in-line four-cylinder engine gives the Focus an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimated fuel economy of 24 and 35 miles per gallon, respective to city and highway driving.
The Focus has length, width and height specifications of 175 inches, 67.8 inches and 58.6 inches, respectively. The car has a wheelbase of 102.9 inches and a total curb weight of 1190kg. Inside, the car offers front headroom of 39 inches, rear headroom of 38 inches, 53 inches and 54 inches of respective front and rear shoulder room, front legroom of 41.7 inches and rear legroom of 36.1 inches. The Focus has a maximum cargo capacity of 13.8 cubic feet.