Ford Focus RS

Designed for Maximum Performance and Style

Performance

350 lb-ft of Torque

Producing

350 hp

All-Wheel Drive

265 Km/h

Fabulous Design without Compromise

  • Efficiency & Dyamics

    Efficiency & Dyamics

    An Athlete in Top Form
    • Aerodynamic Design
    • Aerodynamic Features
    • Intelligent Lightweight Construction
  • Design

    Design

    Time for a new ideal
    • Ambient Lighting
    • Sustainable Materials
    • Plush Leather
    • Ergonomic design
  • Safety

    Safety

    Innovations that you can trust
    • Large Brakes
    • Michlin Tyres

Track Days Ready, out the box

 

The Ford Focus RS is the brand’s attack on the hot hatch market, and they have managed to put something together that has made the hatchback one of the most desirable on the market. With a turbocharged 2.3-liter 4-cylinder lump under the hood with a healthy 350 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque available it’s already a worthy contender, but with a really good all-wheel drive system that features a revolutionary Drift Mode function it’s high on many want lists. With a reasonable price it puts the Ford Focus RS in the reach of Ford enthusiasts who would usually only have access to a Mustang. The age of the original hot hatch is gone; it’s no longer about a nice revvy engine with a low weight and great handling. These days hot hatches use high-powered turbocharged motors, all-wheel drive systems and are filled with leading-edge technologies, and it’s in this world that the Ford Focus RS tries to stand out. With a rich motorsport history, the RS nomenclature is something every Ford owner wants on his or her car, especially when it’s shaped like a new Focus and comes in a color called Nitrous Blue. When you climb inside the Ford Focus RS there’s no doubting what the car is intended to do – go fast. The dash layout is good, everything you need is in reach or controlled via the multifunction steering wheel (that’s covered in thick leather with blue stitching). A nice feature shared with the ST version is the set of gauges atop the dashboard but in this case they’re seen in RS blue. Below that you find the center console headed up by the infotainment touchscreen. The Recaro seats are in proper racing style with high side bolsters to keep you in the right eating position and they also have the holes for putting a 4-point harness through. Separating the car from the racing side of things is the Sync3 infotainment system, which is great thanks to its intuitive use. You can fit five in the car, but it’s best suited to two up front, mainly because it saves weight and when chucking the car around you don’t want a rear passenger throwing up. .MORE …… https://carbuzz.com/cars/ford/focus-rs

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