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Goodbye or soon to Focus RS?

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We already knew that Ford is finalizing its last units of the current Ford Focus RS which only left him barely half months production, but what some are impatient to know if there will be other Focus RS with the arrival of model change, or it will not.

Ford Focus RS last editionThe truth that if Ford decides to stop producing its Focus RS loss will be noticeable, for both the brand and for the automotive world, since the RS offers and has always offered a different compact (fun thanks to its differential and hydraulic brake inspired by Ken Block, powerful and fast) And at a great price.

It is an icon, especially in Europe, and they will have to think very well (if they have not already done) If compensates remove them from the market or if, instead, They maintain their flagship and will be as special as it has been so far in previous generations.

Ford Focus RS frontalWhat is clear is that they make the decision to take, there will be at least one time without Focus RS as the operational development and production of Ford so it does foresee. First they launch their model series and from there their versions are happening to show the sportiest and equipped with first ST version and finally the RS. Usually it comes soon after the cycle change and a new model is beginning to take shape.

Ford Focus RS last edition 2There is no doubt that the paradigm shift will bring a renewed Focus will be a tough competition to its rivals. The Focus has always been there well positioned thanks to its great price / quality ratio and its global marketing.

We bet that there will be a new Focus RS, but if it does not we will remember previous generations and you can follow enjoying it, if only it in our articles.

Adrián Osés, Locos Engine.

 

 

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Author: Adrián Osés Motorsport enthusiast and Engineering, founder and editor of Mad Engine.