LOL good one :woot: I buy my cars to drive them not make garage or trailer queens out of them .. Neither rain sleet or snow can keep me from having motorway fun ... I laugh (HAHA) at the elements :wtf:
It will debut in China in the Mondeo, then Europe (Mondeo) and the US (Fusion) initially.What I've read about the 1.5 is that its a 4 cylinder version of the 1.0 with an aluminum block, designed for lower taxes in China market cars and generally made to increase capacity of small 4 cylinder Ecoboost engines globally instead of totally replace the 1.6.
Yeah, well perhaps "dull" wasn't the appropriate word choice hehe. I guess I am just used to following spoiled performance vehicles... Camaro / Mustang / Raptor / FT86 etc... They all had maaaaaassive aftermarket support.... But I definitely appreciate the few companies that are at least doing something for us. And good companies at that. I'm sure what they produce will be fantastic, but it's definitely not going to be as expansive as some of the performance vehicles that are produced in much larger quantities.. Of course the stereotypical bolt on's will be there.. But yeah... If the selection is too limited, everybody with any aftermarket mods is going to have the same car as everyone else who goes aftermarket. I'd like to see more room for individuality.I wouldn't say that. Mountune, FSWerks, COBB, CP-e... most of the Focus ST guys have cars which, I would assume, means parts are coming down the pipeline.