/2016 Ford Focus RS Gets Virtually Tuned

2016 Ford Focus RS Gets Virtually Tuned

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Whilst waiting for the new 2016 Ford Focus RS to be released and tested in the real world, independent designer X-Tomi decided to have a go at upgrading the car’s looks using the age-old method of slamming it right to the ground. The car responds well to this treatment, which is how you now it is a real hot hatch.

A proper hot hatchback, no matter how well-appointed in its standard form, must be customizable. These cars are bought by people who care about their rides and are constantly fiddling with them. So it is good to know you can get good results messing around with the new Focus RS.

Thanks to the 2016 Ford Focus RS and the new Honda Civic Type R, hot hatch fans are going to have a wonderful year ahead of them. These cars have been at each other’s neck for decades. Ford, once again, relies on brute force to get an edge over the Japanese rival, while Honda puts its trust in the cleverness of the engineering.

The 2016 Ford Focus RS is powered by a 2.3 liter EcoBoost turbo engine which is also used in the new Mustang. Official performance figures are yet to be revealed, but you can count on 320 to 350 horsepower. The car also has four-wheel-drive, which makes life harder for the front-wheel-drive Type R. It is going to be awesome watching these two slug it out on the race track.

Rendering by X-Tomi Design

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