Ford too has recently launched the Focus RS Clubsport which would only be limited to 500 which is pretty much an enhanced version of the standard RS but with the WRC emblem in its place, there would be a reputation to follow. But the disappointment here is that they had only changed the outlook of the car and not much on the performance on the WRC as compared to the Clubsport. We will review the Clubsport later but this is what you get on the WRC Limited Edition.

While the Clubsport was launched for Europe, the WRC is meant for Switzerland. This is the result of a competition launched by Ford Switzerland last year for a limited edition of the Focus RS based on the WRC where the winner would win 55,900 Swiss Francs which if converted is around the same price of the car. Hence, the winner has had the design now splattered onto this 50 units only version which will surely be a highly limited buy.

The car comes with a 2.5 liter turbocharged, 5 cylinder DuraTec ST Engine, it is mated with a 6 speed manual transmission gearbox. It gets you from zero to hundred in less than 6 seconds and top speeds at 263km/h. At 305 horses, this edition also comes with t comes with a nice new optic package which gives the original version quite a whole new persona. This comes with front and side spoilers, a chrome-plated exhaust system, a rear diffuser Eibach suspension kit and some really nice looking 19 inch OZ superturismo GT Multispoke alloy black wheels. Apart from that, it also comes with an aluminum plaque fitted nicely in the centre console signed by Mikko Hirvonen and Jarmo Lehtinen, the Ford Rally drivers. This car looks cool and nice and surely articulately designed, only if they have put in more horses, it would have been perfect.

 

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