A big year for Ford is coming.
As with many automakers, 2017 has been a year of transition and expansion, and the new models are coming to a close this fall.
Ford will have about 100 new vehicles to show at the 2019 Detroit auto show, and we’re going to get a full breakdown of the lineup for all of them at the show itself.
Here’s a look at what’s on tap for the lineup, and what we’ll be covering from Detroit.
Ford Fiesta (2015)First up, the Fiesta ST will get its first full-size SUV, the all-new Fiesta ST.
Ford has been pushing the Fiesta in the past few years, with the ST’s compactness, powerful engine, and low weight making it an ideal vehicle for families, especially those who don’t want to travel to the suburbs for work or school.
With a price tag of $46,495 for the 2016 model year, the new ST will be priced to compete with the likes of the 2017 Lincoln MKZ, 2018 Toyota Corolla, 2019 Chevrolet Colorado, and 2019 Honda Accord.
But the Fiesta’s styling will stand out even more, and this time around the car will be more spacious, too.
Ford’s styling director Mike Gee will show off the new Fiesta ST during the show, so expect to see plenty of interior and exterior changes.
Ford also has an updated version of the Fiesta, the 2016 Fiesta STS, which has been receiving updates for years.
The 2016 STS has a 4.0L four-cylinder engine, while the 2016 ST has a 2.5L turbocharged four-pot that makes 170 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque.
A manual transmission will be available as well, but the manual version will be limited to 200-plus horsepower and the turbocharged version to 300-plus.
In the new car, Ford will be offering a 6.3-liter V-6 engine with a range of up to 320 miles.
It’s a powerful engine that Ford calls its new “Cargo-Buddy” V6 engine, but we’re not sure what that means for the STs performance.
The Ford ST will start at $36,595.
Ford’s latest SUV, Ford Focus ST, will debut at the Detroit show in 2019.
The new Focus is a small crossover that has a three-door sedan-type shape and a large hatchback-style design that puts the Focus into a niche category that will appeal to buyers who are looking for a compact SUV with a little bit of style.
Like its smaller, larger sibling, the Focus ST is expected to offer an all-wheel drive system, which can accommodate up to eight people.
The Focus ST will also offer a host of safety features, including blind spot monitoring, automatic lane-keeping assist, and lane departure warning.
The 2018 Focus ST has the same basic layout and powertrain as the Focus, with an automatic transmission and a manual transmission.
The only difference is that the Focus has a six-speed manual transmission and the manual will be offered in a four-speed automatic transmission option.
It will cost $41,995 for the 2019 model year.
Ford Focus (2016)The Focus is Ford’s entry-level SUV.
The SUV is a compact crossover with a small hatchback design that will fit most buyers who need a small car with a bit of crossover appeal.
The interior of the Focus is spacious, and it comes standard with a 5.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 200 horsepower and 265 pound-foot of torque, as well as a four wheel drive system with a 6-speed.
The Fiesta ST is still expected to be offered with a six cylinder engine, with a power rating of 200 horsepower.
Ford said that the new Focus ST would start at about $36.995.
Ford Fusion (2015 and 2017)Next up is the Fusion.
The Fusion is the newest of Ford’s SUV lines, coming out in 2019 with a price of about $46.95.
The 2019 Fusion will be a crossover-like SUV with two-door front-drive and two-wheel-drive capability, and with a five-speed transmission and six-speeds.
Ford is expecting the Fusion to offer a price range of $50,000 to $60,000.
Ford says the 2019 Fusion should have about the same capabilities as the 2017 Fusion and the 2018 Fusion.
Ford claims the Fusion will have an MSRP of about the $50k range.
Ford hasn’t announced pricing for the 2018 Focus, but expect to pay $39,995.
The price for the Fusion’s 2019 model should be around $55,000, and Ford says that will be before tax credits and incentives.
Ford Fusion (2018)The next new Fusion will hit the road in 2019, with