Ford is the latest American automaker to reveal its latest sports car concept, the Ford Sport Tracs, a $100,000, six-door hatchback.
The first of these Ford Sport trac concept cars, the Sport Tracus, will be revealed at the New York auto show in January, where it will also be offered as a hatchback, a two-door coupe, a convertible and a two door sport wagon.
Ford says the trac will be the first in its lineup to be built entirely of steel, which it says will allow for increased weight and performance.
The company says the Sport tracs will offer a fuel economy of 28 mpg combined, a lower center of gravity and better handling.
The Sport Tracas, shown here in production form at Ford Motor Company, will offer 28 mPG combined.
Ford/Ford/Getty ImagesThe trac is described as a “sports sedan” in its basic specs, including a 3.5-liter V6 that produces 712 horsepower.
The sporty Sport Traxes will be powered by a 1.5L EcoBoost engine that produces 306 horsepower and a peak torque of 330 lb-ft.
The Ford logo on the front fender will be a nod to the Ford Mustang, the most popular sports car in the world, and the Sporttracs’ sports styling will make them stand out from the competition.
The sport tracs have a top speed of 186 mph and can go from 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds.
The car is said to have the potential to hit 60 mph in 9.3 seconds.
It will be offered in two sizes: a sedan and a wagon, with a starting price of $115,995.
The wagon and coupe versions will come with the standard Ford Connect package, while the sedan model comes with a sport package.
Ford is also expected to unveil a new two-seater, two-wheel-drive sport wagon with a range of up to 300 miles and will be available in three trim levels.
It is being built at a new plant in Fremont, Calif., and the two-wheeled versions will arrive in 2018, according to a statement from Ford.
Ford says the new wagon and sports trac would be available on the American market by 2019, and a hybrid version of the wagon and trac should be ready by 2025.
Ford’s statement said that the two trac versions will be “available as a four-door, two door, hatchback or wagon.”
The Sport tracus is being developed in conjunction with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, which is the company’s joint venture with Ford.
The two automakers plan to unveil their two-seat Sport Traci concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in late June.
The new concept will feature Ford’s latest styling and styling tweaks.
The design will be built by the American-based design studio Lutz, a joint venture between Ford and the German automaker, which also builds the new Focus ST.
The Sport Traces will be based on the company cars, and Ford has also been collaborating with the German manufacturer on the design of its new compact crossover SUV, the Continental.