Ford introduces a Focus RS Option Pack

With the recent launch of Honda's latest Civic Type R and the imminent arrival of a new Mégane Renaultsport, the Focus RS is facing some serious competition.

Perhaps in response to those rivals, Ford Performance has created an Option Pack that adds a Quaife mechanical limited-slip differential to the front axle for improved traction.

Ford Focus RS with Ford Performance Option Pack (2017) Front SideFord Focus RS with Ford Performance Option Pack (2017) Dashboard

There are some cosmetic upgrades, too. These include a matte black finish for the roof panel and door mirror caps, plus the interior gains Nitrous Blue leather highlights.

Ford Focus RS with Ford Performance Option Pack (2017) InteriorFord Focus RS with Ford Performance Option Pack (2017) Rear Side

The 2.3 litre four-cylinder EcoBoost engine is unaltered, so it still delivers 345 bhp (257 kW / 350 PS) via an all-wheel drive system. Dynamic Torque Vectoring (on the rear axle) and Torque Vectoring Control (on the front axle) also remain key elements of the specification.

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