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Ford Focus Rd Test Driven By Ken Block

Ford Focus Rd Test Driven By Ken Block

Ford has finally released some details on the new Ford Focus RS, and boy are we excited!!

Due to be released in early 2016, this beauty is going to rival other hot hatches such as the Subaru WRX STI and Volkswagen Golf R as it is rumored to be priced lower than the popular rivals.

The new bodywork looks tough with the trademark RS roof spoiler and lower diffuser, side skirts, and front bumper. It now has bigger 19-inch rims to complement its mean style.

It will be powered by a new 2.3L turbo engine putting out more than 235kW’s! Another big change with this 3rd generation RS is the groundbreaking new Ford Performance AWD system which will result in class-leading corning speed and handling at the limit.

Another reason this hot hatch it going to be a hit….the legendary Rally driver and drifter, Ken Block, helped develop it!

Now we could go on and on about all the features of the new Focus RS, but we think we will let Ken Block do that instead! Check out this amazing video of Ken pushing the new RS to the limits!!


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