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Ford Performance Teases new ST Model Ahead of Detroit

Ford Performance Teases new ST Model Ahead of Detroit

Ford Performance has let us know there’s a new Ford ST model coming to Detroit. By way of a new video released on social media, the brand is telling us all to STay tuned for a new reveal.

Generally there’s some kind of indicator as to which vehicle is getting teased, but not in this case. In the video, Ben Collins runs through all of Ford Performance’s nameplates, from the GT to the Raptor. At the end of the video, Ford simply displays the ST badge and tells us all to stay tuned.

Although it is anyone’s guess as to which Ford product is getting the ST treatment next, there’s a few logical guesses. It’s possible this will be the next-generation Focus ST, but that would be odd given Ford has not formally revealed the all-new normal Focus yet.

There’s also been speculation that Ford is working on an ST version of the EcoSport crossover; an attempt to seize on the popularity of crossover SUVs.

Nonetheless, another Ford ST is headed for Detroit next week. For details about what else is headed to next week’s Detroit Auto Show, check out our preview.

#STay Tuned

The newest addition to the Ford Performance lineup is sure to catch everyone's attention. Even wheelmen like Ben Collins. #FordNAIAS #STayTuned

Posted by Ford Performance on Wednesday, January 10, 2018





 

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  1. donmateo
    Edge? Would make sense with the crossover love nowadays.
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