The low tech, high impact foam roof coatings are finally available for the 2014 model year.
Ford, for example, is introducing a low-cost foam roofing option for the Focus ST, Focus ST Eco, and Focus ST with its 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid and Fusion Hybrid with Power Package.
These options come with the same paint, roof, and trim color options as the standard versions.
These foam roof options come in three different colors: black, silver, and white.
The new low-carbon foam roof is a low tech option that is manufactured from high-grade steel, unlike standard roofing options that use a composite material like foam.
The low-impact version of the foam roof can be used on many vehicle models.
It comes with a low, flat coating that has a softer texture, compared to traditional materials like plastic or metal.
The coating is lightweight and does not damage the vehicle’s exterior, making it a good choice for use on vehicles that do not have an extensive roof.
The roof also is designed to be lightweight, meaning it can be removed in seconds when not in use.
Ford is using low-density polyethylene (LDPE), a composite that has the same properties as foam, in its low-profile roofing.
This means that it is less likely to break or get stuck in the mud.
It can also be applied to the vehicle without the need for special tools or special equipment.
The low density coating also can be applied on the exterior of the vehicle with the use of a hose, which is also a low technology option.
A low-pressure water jet spray is used on the roof, which makes the vehicle drier and can help reduce drag.
Ford claims that the low-spill spray can reduce vehicle drag by 40 to 50 percent.
This helps improve fuel economy and acceleration.
When the low carbon foam roof option is used, it comes with an additional benefit.
When the vehicle is not in operation, the foam will not damage any of the interior components, like the seats, dash, steering wheel, and even the dash touch screen.
This is important when using a vehicle that is not fully functioning.
Low-impact roof coating can be purchased from Ford.
The Ford Focus ST will get a new, low-slip rear spoiler option that features a single plastic strip that extends from the bumper to the front bumper.
The new low slip rear is available in the Ford Focus Energi, Focus Emancipator, Focus EV, Focus Eco, Fusion Hybrid, Fusion ST, Fusion and the Focus.
The Focus STE will also receive a low profile rear spoiler that is also available in white, silver and black.
The 2014 Ford Focus and Focus E were previously available in black and silver, with a single black and white color option available for both models.
This low-carburetor option is available on the 2015 Ford Fusion.
This option is designed for use with Ford’s low-performance, high performance EcoBoost, which can be found in the Focus S, Fusion, and Fusion S models.
The Focus ST is the only vehicle that comes with the new Ford Focus EcoBoost engine.
The Ford Focus EV is also getting a new low density foam roof, this time with a new front bumper spoiler that comes in white and black options.
This is just one option that Ford is adding to its EcoBoost lineup.
Ford is also making a limited number of limited edition models available for customers to try.
The only vehicle available for 2017 Ford Focus owners to try out the new low profile roof is the Focus RS, which comes with only white, black and black option packages.