Ford Performance Re-interpretation

In Ford, Short Cuts by Jonathan Humphrey

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Ford powered into the 2015 Geneva Motor Show with its most technologically advanced performance model range ever. The global motor show debut of the all-new Ford Focus RS high-performance hatchback, and the first showing in Europe of the all-new Ford GT supercar.


The Ford Focus RS makes its motor show debut with a pioneering new All-Wheel-Drive with Dynamic Torque Vectoring. This car is also the first RS with Launch Control and Drive Modes – including an industry-first Drift Mode. The new RS now delivers more than 320PS and is equipped with the most powerful RS brakes and zero-lift aerodynamics.

The striking new carbon fibre bodied Ford GT was revealed with the help of F1 legend Johnny Herbert. the video show just how great this car is, features include, active aerodynamics, and a twin-turbo V6 EcoBoost engine to deliver one of the best power-to-weight ratios of any production car. With more than 600 rampant horsepower, efficiently – paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

Ford Performance is now the global team name responsible for these models. Exciting days ahead, creating a new era of performance with 12 new powerful vehicles on the way before 2020.

The line up at Geneva also included the Stunningly Good Focus ST diesel (read our review) and the Fiesta ST.

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