Focus has always been a car company focused on engineering.
Its Focus Focus ST is one such car, and the Focus RS has been one of Ford’s more notable efforts to make a performance car that is all the more impressive for being a Focus.
But the Focus Focus RS is an entirely different beast.
Focus is going all-new with the Focus ST.
It’s bigger, heavier, more powerful, and, well, a Focus Focus Focus.
The new Focus ST starts at $62,800 with a base price of $77,500.
It has a 4.0-liter V6 engine and all of the standard features of a Focus, but it gets the V6 and all the other things you get with a Focus RS.
The RS is a little heavier at 578 pounds, but the RS is also lighter than the Focus, with a 527-pound curb weight.
The Focus ST and RS will both have a 5-speed dual-clutch transmission, but Focus says the RS will have a manual gearbox.
The engine has a maximum of 675 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, but that’s with a six-speed manual transmission.
It can go all the way to 100 kilometers per hour in just 4.4 seconds, and it’s got a top speed of 205 mph.
You can go to 60 mph in just over 4.5 seconds.
Focus says it is making the Focus a “real” sports car.
The focus focus focus is a hybrid of the Ford Focus RS and the Ford Fusion S. Focus has decided to make the Focus focus focus a hybrid car with a hybrid drivetrain.
It will be a full-size car with all of its exterior bodywork, as well as a front fascia and a rear spoiler, all of which are made from aluminum.
The front bumper is carbon fiber.
The rear fascia is carbon-fiber.
The center console is carbon frieze, and both sides of the front bumper are carbon fiber, and on the rear bumper there’s a carbon fiber spoiler.
There’s also a carbon-carbon body kit that is mounted to the rear of the Focus.
Focus claims that the Focus will have all the features of the RS, including a front diffuser, front and rear diffuser spoilers, rear spoiler diffuser and rear wing.
But, of course, there are more to the RS than meets the eye.
Focus Focus has made the Focus and RS more like one car.
Focus RS RS The Focus RS features all of that but some of the features that are missing from the Focus: A 5.0L V6.
That’s right, it has a 5.5L V8 engine, and while it’s technically a Focus ST, the Focus is really the Focus with the V8.
Focus said that the 5.3L V12 engine in the Focus was not designed for racing, but is designed for “extreme endurance.”
The Focus will get a five-speed automatic transmission and will come standard with an 8-speed sequential manual.
The 5.7L V10 engine in Focus RS will not have the V10-like power to propel the Focus through the gears, but will be able to do so.
The V10 is a 3.7-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine with an output of 1,600 horsepower and 755 pound-foot of torque.
It is powered by a four-speed transmission, which makes the Focus feel more like a hybrid sports car than a traditional sports car, with its performance and power coming from the twin-turbocharged V10.
The Fusion S also gets a 5L V-12 engine, but its performance is more like that of the Fusion RS than that of a sports car: It gets 5.4L V4 power, and its peak torque comes from a six speed manual gear box.
The S is the car of choice for people who want a more sporty, performance sports car with the performance of a luxury sedan.
Focus will make a Focus S in 2018, and Focus RS owners will get it this fall.
The other Focus RS cars that will be announced are the Focus E and the Fusion E, which both are the same size and will also have the same V-6 engine.
Focus E The Focus E is the same model as the Focus S, but has a bigger engine and a higher octane fuel that’s rated at 275 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque at 7,500 rpm.
The E will also get a sixspeed automatic, and that gearbox will also make the E more like the Focus than a standard sports car like the Fusion S or Focus RS, and will offer even more torque.
The drivetrain is the V12 of the V-10 V-8 in the Fusion SE, and there are two options for it: a four speed manual transmission