It’s time for the Ford Focus RS production to end. But before that the car will recieve a final limited edition run before production stops in April.
The third-generation Ford Focus RS came to life in 2016, five years after the current generation Focus was first introduced. And with an all new Ford Focus coming later this year, it’s time for the Ford Focus RS to die.
But not without a final goodbye because Ford has announced that the last 50 right-hand drive RS’es they’ll be making will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary Escort.
The Ford Focus RS Heritage Edition will be the last few cars the Saarlouis plant in Germany will build. All will come in a Deep Orange paint with black forged rims, grey brake callipers plus black mirror and spoiler.
The Heritage Edition has also been fitted with a Quaife limited-slip front differential and a 370 hp power upgrade thanks to a new intake and ECU tune from Mountune. Sounds a lot like the recipe for the Focus RS Race Red Edition from last year right?