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2009 Ford Focus RS

NEW FORD FOCUS RS: A LEGEND RETURNS

2009 Ford Focus RS
• London Motor Show preview for exciting new Ford Focus RS

• Genuine RS performance with 300PS

• Quaife Automatic Torque Biasing limited-slip differential and innovative RevoKnuckle, for assured handling and traction

• Expressive design exudes high performance intent

The legendary Ford RS performance car brand is returning in the shape of the exciting new Ford Focus RS, which will be previewed on July 22 at the 2008 London International Motor Show.

The new Focus RS will go on sale in early 2009 and is being created by a small team of dedicated engineers, under the direction of Jost Capito, Ford of Europes Vehicle Line Director for Performance Vehicles.

For performance road car enthusiasts, the new model will mark a welcome return for the Ford RS badge. This will be the second Focus model to carry the RS mantle and promises another exciting chapter in an exciting 40-year story that began in Germany in the late 1960s and gained momentum across Europe with the launch of the 1970 Escort RS1600.

Capito said: We want the new Focus RS to be a serious high performance car as much a car for driving enthusiasts as the one before it and classic Ford RS models of the past. Were staying true to the core RS principles of an exciting, yet affordable performance road car you can live with every day.

Authentic RS presence and style2009 Ford Focus RS
Before it even turns a wheel, the new Focus RS exudes the presence, sporty style and lowered, meaner appearance expected of a genuine Ford RS. Overt performance styling details mix with subtle revisions to create a planted, powerful stance and the promise of an exciting drive.

The London show car previews the design intent for a final production vehicle, though as development work continues, some final details may change before volume production begins.

The vehicle is finished in a special bright green paint with inlaid metallic flake, a striking, modern interpretation of the 1970s Le Mans Green of the Escort RS1600 era.

The vibrant exterior colour is contrasted with a number of performance styling details highlighted in gloss piano black, including the strip at the leading edge of the bonnet, the deep housings for the integrated front fog lamps and door mirrors with integrated side indicators.

Front and rear quarter panels have been revised to incorporate wider wheel arches and a wider track, complemented by revised, deeper side rocker mouldings. In another visual reminder of the cars performance potential, triangular, RS-badged vents sit behind the front wheel arches. Two classic-style bonnet louvres are both a styling hint at the power beneath and a practical requirement, maintaining correct system temperatures.

The completely new front bumper design for Focus RS incorporates a deep front airdam with a large, mesh lower grille in an extended trapezoid. Stylish and practical, this prominent feature represents the latest Ford 'kinetic design' face and also is finished in piano black. Above, chromed xenon headlamps stand out like cats eyes and are framed by matt-black housings with unique additional vents running underneath.

At the rear, a deep new rear bumper incorporates a large venturi tunnel to its lower edge with small vents at each corner of the bumper, emphasizing the cars width. Two impressive chromed exhaust tailpipes sit each side of the black venturi, creating a purposeful rear view for the car.

Above, a unique, twin-element, black RS rear spoiler sits at the Focus RS roofline, echoing both RS models of the past and the World Rally-winning Focus WRC that has been its inspiration.

We believe its vitally important that a Focus RS looks like both a Focus and an RS it needs to be individual, distinctive and overt in its performance styling, but it also needs to show a clear progression from and relationship to Focus ST, said Stefan Lamm, Chief Exterior Designer, Ford of Europe.

High performance interior

2009 Ford Focus RS
Inside, this theme continues with a unique and appropriately performance-oriented interior, dominated by bespoke, sculpted Recaro high-performance sports seats, specially designed and trimmed for excellent support, even when driving enthusiastically. Each is colour-matched to the exterior, with ebony leather accents and RS and Recaro logos stitched into each backrest.
Elsewhere, colour brings new excitement to the Focus interior, building on the sporty interior theme of Focus ST with more use of accents matched to the exterior colour, brushed aluminium highlights and overt performance styling. Even the rear seats feature higher side bolsters and a microfibre finish to echo those up front.

The centre console is finished in a stylish gloss, carbon-look trim and metallic highlights abound, from air vents, door grab handles, switchgear and gearshift surround, to unique RS-branded scuff plates on the door sills. These highlights contrast with a black-trimmed roof lining, emphasising the sporty, cockpit feel.

The driver is reminded this is a special Focus at every touch, with a gear lever finished with a six speed gear shift graphic in RS blue, a sporty, three-spoke steering wheel, finished with Ford and RS logos and even aluminium foot pedals. The performance driving environment is completed by three additional gauges from the Focus ST, including turbo pressure, sitting atop the centre console and angled toward the drivers eyeline.

Powerful RS heart

2009 Ford Focus RSAt the heart of the all-new Focus RS is a specially developed, turbocharged version of the Duratec 2.5-litre 5-cylinder engine. Significantly revised for high performance, this powerplant is targeting an impressive power output of 300PS and over 410Nm of torque, contributing to an excellent power-to-weight ratio.

Such significant increases are not simply the result of altering engine management or boost pressure: starting with the Duratec 2.5-litre block, Ford RS engineers developed unique camshafts, a revised cylinder head and gasket and revised intake and manifold system for the car.

Although the car is still in development, prior to its launch in early 2009, early performance testing indicates a 0-100km/h (0-62mph) time of under six seconds.

A traction Revo-lution

2009 Ford Focus RS
Throughout Focus RS development, Capito and his team have been keeping a sharp focus on creating a car that delivers excellent performance and traction.
Various innovations, developed as a result of customer feedback from previous performance Fords, have allowed engineers to keep the new Focus RS as front-wheel drive, with a limited-slip differential, while still achieving demanding targets for traction, handling and steering.

The new Ford Focus RS is equipped with an innovative front suspension system known as a RevoKnuckle, which is designed to reduce unwanted steering disturbance and torque steer, the impact of torque on steering in front-wheel driven vehicles. Torque steer occurs during hard acceleration, cornering or driving on uneven surfaces, when torque on the driven wheels exceeds grips levels. It is characterised by sudden turning force on the steering wheel and can be exacerbated by vehicles with wide tyres and limited-slip differentials.

In Focus RS, the RevoKnuckle works in conjunction with a Quaife Automatic Torque Biasing limited-slip differential. Ford Team RS engineers have worked closely with Ford's Advanced Research Centre in Aachen, Germany to develop the RevoKnuckle technology specifically for the high performance Focus RS. It allows the simplicity of a traditional McPherson strut arrangement, but with geometry settings that minimize steering disturbances and torque steer, principally a reduction in steering offset.

The Ford Focus is an excellent base for a high performance car agile, responsive and stable, explained Capito. We studied at length how best to enhance these qualities for a high performance model. Our work has shown clearly that our approach in combining a tuned RevoKnuckle with the Quaife differential is an ideal solution for a high performance front-wheel-drive road car like Focus RS.

As you would expect, we gave all-wheel-drive careful consideration, but by combining and tuning these elements and learning from Fords expertise in industry-leading handling, we have managed to eliminate the weight of AWD from the car and still have been able to target a class-leading balance of traction, handling and performance.

The result is a lightweight set-up, that will deliver the right blend of traction and razor sharp controllability in a way no one would have expected from front-wheel-drive, and we believe we have made the right choice, Capito concluded.

Dynamic, agile and responsive

A genuine Focus RS must maintain and enhance the reputation for responsive, precise handling for which Focus is acclaimed and considerable engineering effort has ensured that the new Focus RS will do just that.

Driving quality developments for Focus RS include a 40mm wider track, stronger, longer driveshafts, revised springs and dampers and a thicker, longer rear anti-roll bar. At the same time, the steering system has been retuned to provide an even sharper steering response and very precise feedback.

Brakes also have been uprated, with 336mm ventilated front discs and 300mm rear discs generating vice-like stopping power on road or track. Large calipers peek out from behind unique 19-inch wheels, wrapped in 235/35 low profile Continental tyres.

A special version of Fords ESP system has also been developed for Focus RS, designed to allow a very sporty driving style before activating. Intensive work to refine the natural handling abilities of the car has allowed the ESP system to carry a full de-activation option for enthusiast drivers and especially for track use.

We are refining all the handling characteristics of Focus RS without ESP, to hone its natural responses, rather than use ESP to help its handling. In Focus RS, ESP is a pure safety device, explained Capito.

Reliable and durable

In creating the new Focus RS, Fords Team RS engineers have had to meet the same stringent targets for durability and reliability as those set for the rest of the Focus range.

Despite its many bespoke engineering and styling elements, Focus RS will be built entirely on the main Focus production line in Saarlouis, Germany and offered with a standard Ford of Europe warranty.

A great heritage

The new Focus RS represents a significant moment in the heritage of both the Focus and Ford RS brands.

It is 10 years since the Ford Focus was first revealed to the world at the Geneva Motor Show in 1998, paving the way for a range of Ford vehicles whose exciting design was matched by class-leading driving quality. Since this time, more than 5.3 million Ford Focus models have been built in Europe, including Russia, with the car also built and sold in North America and Asia.

At the same time, the new Focus RS marks the return of the famous but rare Ford RS badge, last seen on the first-generation Focus RS in 2002 and with a distinguished heritage stretching back 38 years including Fiesta, Escort and Sierra models.

RS is uniquely important to us in terms of our performance heritage and World Rally Championship success, while the Focus has played a major part in establishing Fords excellent reputation for driving dynamics,' said John Fleming, Ford of Europe President and CEO. 'The all-new Focus RS will embrace and celebrate both of these it will be a genuine RS and a genuine Focus and Im confident it wont disappoint in either area.

Source - Ford

NEW FOCUS RS: FORD OF EUROPE'S ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE CAR

2009 Ford Focus RS
  • Paris Show preview for exciting new Ford Focus RS

  • Vibrant 'Últimate Green' paint colour confirmed for production

  • Genuine RS power confirmed as 300PS and 440Nm peak torque

  • Fastest ever European Ford production car – 0-100km/h in under 6.0 seconds, top speed targeted to be 260 km/h or more

  • Quaife Automatic Torque Biasing limited-slip differential and innovative 'RevoKnuckle' front suspension, for precise handling and assured traction

  • Full aerodynamic pack at heart of purposeful design
  • 2009 Ford Focus RS
    The legendary Ford RS performance car brand is back and faster than ever. The stunning new 2009 Focus RS is previewed at Paris, while development work has confirmed it as the fastest ever European Ford production car.

    2009 Ford Focus RS
    Ford is confirming performance target figures for Focus RS as 0-100km/h in under
    6.0 seconds and a top speed of 260 km/h or more.


    2009 Ford Focus RS
    However, for Team RS engineers, headed by Ford of Europe's Vehicle Line Director for Performance Vehicles, Jost Capito, this is only part of the story.

    2009 Ford Focus RS
    Said Capito: 'We believe the new Focus RS will change expectations of a front-wheel-drive high performance car in the way it translates its power into precision, driveability, traction and performance. It's the fastest volume production car Ford has ever produced in Europe, yet it's also a driveable and practical car you can use every day. That's a significant achievement in driving dynamics.'


    The exciting new Focus RS is being previewed at the 2008 Paris Motor Show, following a debut in London in July, before going on sale in early 2009.

    Green is Go
    Ford is also confirming that Focus RS customers will have three colour options from launch, including the vibrant, bright green metallic paint finish following the preview vehicle's extremely positive reception.

    This colour was chosen as both a modern interpretation of the 1970s Ford Le Mans Green and a reflection of the livery worn by Ford's World Rally Championship Focus cars. To mark the obvious links between the new Focus RS and the Focus RS WRC, plus, significantly, the company's global partnership and association with BP, the new colour will be called 'Últimate Green' for production.

    Vital Stats and Specifications
    Vital Stats
    Engine : 2.5 L., 5-cylinder
    Power: 300 hp
    Torque: 302 ft-lbs


    6-speed Manual
    Focus RS will also be available in Ford Performance Blue and Frozen White, each with the choice of blue or green colour matched interior. A full black leather option will be available for all three exterior colours.


    For performance car enthusiasts, the new car will mark a welcome return for the Ford RS badge. The new Focus RS will be the second Focus model to carry the RS mantle and promises another exciting chapter in an exciting 40-year Ford RS story that began in Germany in the late 1960s and gained momentum across Europe with the launch of the 1970 Escort RS1600.

    Authentic RS presence and style
    Before it even turns a wheel, the new Focus RS exudes the presence, high-performance style and lowered, 'meaner' appearance expected of a genuine Ford RS. Overt performance styling details mix with subtle revisions to create a planted, powerful stance and the promise of an exciting drive.

    The Paris Show car previews the design intent for a final production vehicle, though as development work continues, some final details may change before production begins. The completely new front bumper design for Focus RS incorporates a deep front airdam with a large, mesh lower grille and an extended trapezoid. The stylish trapezoid represents the latest Ford kinetic design 'face' and is finished in high gloss black.

    Chromed xenon headlamps stand out like cat's eyes, framed by black housings with unique mesh design feature running underneath. The frontal aspect is finished with a high gloss black strip at the leading edge of the bonnet and integrated fog lamps, set in deep housings.

    Above, two classic-style bonnet louvres are both a styling hint at the power beneath and a practical requirement, maintaining correct system temperatures.

    Front and rear quarter panels have been revised to incorporate wider wheel arches and a wider track, complemented by revised, deeper side rocker mouldings. In another visual reminder of the car's performance potential, triangular, RS-badged vents sit behind the front wheel arches. Even the side mirrors, with integrated side indicator repeaters, are finished in high gloss black.

    At the rear, a deep new rear bumper incorporates a large venturi tunnel to its lower edge – also in high gloss black – with small vents at each corner of the bumper, emphasizing the car's width. Two impressive chromed exhaust tailpipes sit each side of the venturi, creating a purposeful rear view for the car.

    Above, a unique, twin-blade, black RS rear spoiler sits at the Focus RS' roofline, echoing both RS models of the past and the World Rally-winning Focus WRC that has been its inspiration.

    'It's vital that a Focus RS looks like both a Focus and an RS – it needs to be individual, distinctive and overt in its performance styling, authentic to the RS tradition, but it also needs to meet the contemporary desires of Focus customers and show a clear progression from and relationship to Focus ST,' said Stefan Lamm, Chief Exterior Designer, Ford of Europe.

    High performance interior
    Inside, this theme continues with a unique and appropriately performance-oriented interior, designed to appeal to customer tastes and balance genuine sports performance with a strong sense of style and quality.

    The cabin is dominated by bespoke Recaro high-performance sports seats, specially designed and trimmed for excellent support, even when driving enthusiastically. Each is colour-matched to the exterior, with ebony leather accents and 'RS' and 'Recaro' logos stitched into each backrest.

    Elsewhere, colour brings new excitement to the Focus interior, building on the sporty interior theme of Focus ST with more use of accents matched to the exterior colour, brushed aluminium highlights and overt performance styling. Even the rear seats are sculpted, with higher side bolsters and a microfibre finish to echo those up front and create a four-seat vehicle.

    The centre console is finished in a stylish carbon-look trim and metallic highlights abound, from air vents, door grab handles, switchgear and gearshift surround, to unique RS-branded scuff plates on the door sills. These highlights contrast with a black-trimmed roof lining, emphasising the sporty, cockpit feel.

    The driver is reminded this is no ordinary Focus at every touch, with a gear lever finished with a six speed gear shift graphic in RS blue, a sporty, three-spoke steering wheel, finished with 'Ford' and 'RS' logos and even aluminium foot pedals. The performance driving environment is completed by three additional gauges from the Focus ST, including turbo pressure, sitting atop the centre console and angled toward the driver's eyeline.

    Powerful RS heart
    At the heart of the all-new Focus RS is a specially developed, turbocharged version of the Duratec 2.5-litre, five-cylinder engine. Significantly revised for high performance, this powerplant is targeting an impressive power output of 300PS and 440Nm of torque, contributing to an excellent power-to-weight ratio.

    Such significant increases are not simply the result of altering engine management or boost pressure: starting with the Duratec 2.5-litre block, Ford RS engineers developed unique camshafts, a revised cylinder head and gasket and revised intake and manifold system for the car.

    In addition, specific measurements have been taken to let the RS enthusiast enjoy a sound to fully match the impressive performance of the Focus RS. A specially tuned 'sound symposer' transmits defined noises from the intake system to the passenger compartment, whilst the RS exhaust system contributes a very sporty and sonorous 5-cylinder turbo-sound.

    A traction 'Revo'-lution
    Throughout Focus RS' development, Capito and his team are keeping a razor sharp focus on creating a car with excellent performance and traction.

    Various innovations, developed as a result of customer feedback from previous performance Fords, have allowed engineers to keep the new Focus RS as front-wheel drive, with a limited-slip differential, while still achieving demanding targets for traction, handling and steering.

    The new Ford Focus RS is equipped with an innovative front suspension system known as a 'RevoKnuckle', which is designed to reduce unwanted steering disturbance and torque steer.

    'Torque steer' – the impact of torque on steering in front-wheel driven vehicles – can occur during hard acceleration, cornering or driving on uneven surfaces, when torque on the driven wheels exceeds grip levels. It is characterised by sudden turning force on the steering wheel and can be exacerbated by vehicles with wide tyres and limited-slip differentials.

    In Focus RS, the RevoKnuckle works in conjunction with a Quaife Automatic Torque Biasing limited-slip differential. Ford Team RS engineers have worked closely with Ford's Advanced Research Centre in Aachen, Germany to develop the RevoKnuckle technology specifically for the high performance Focus RS. It allows the simplicity of a traditional McPherson strut arrangement, but with geometry settings that minimise steering disturbances and torque steer, principally a reduction in steering offset.

    'The Ford Focus is an excellent base for a high performance car – agile, responsive and stable,' explained Capito. 'We studied at length how best to enhance these qualities for a high performance model. Our work has shown clearly our approach in combining a tuned RevoKnuckle with the Quaife differential is an ideal solution for a high performance front-wheel-drive road car like Focus RS.

    'We gave all-wheel-drive careful consideration – but by combining and tuning these elements and learning from Ford's expertise in industry-leading handling, we believe we can eliminate the weight of AWD from the car and still deliver a class-leading balance of traction, handling and performance.

    'The result is a lightweight set-up, that will deliver the right blend of traction and razor sharp controllability – in a way no one would have expected from front-wheel-drive,' Capito concluded.

    Dynamic, agile and responsive
    A genuine Focus RS must maintain and enhance the reputation for responsive, precise handling for which Focus is acclaimed and considerable engineering effort has ensured that the new Focus RS will do just that.

    Driving quality developments for Focus RS include a 40mm wider track, stronger, longer driveshafts, revised springs and dampers and a thicker, longer rear anti-roll bar. At the same time, the steering system is retuned to provide an even sharper steering response and very precise feedback.

    Brakes have also been uprated, generating vice-like stopping power on road or track. Large calipers peek out from behind unique 19-inch wheels that are wrapped in 235/35 low profile Continental tyres.

    A special version of Ford's ESP system has also been developed for Focus RS, designed to allow a very sporty driving style before activating. Intensive work to refine the natural handling abilities of the car has allowed the ESP system to carry a full de-activation option for enthusiast drivers and especially for track use.
    'We are refining all the handling characteristics of Focus RS without ESP, to hone its natural responses, rather than use ESP to help its handling. In Focus RS, ESP is a pure safety device,' explained Capito.

    Reliable and durable
    In creating the new Focus RS, Ford's Team RS engineers have to meet the same stringent targets for durability and reliability as set for the rest of the Focus range.

    Despite its many bespoke engineering and styling elements, Focus RS will be built entirely on the main Focus production line in Saarlouis, Germany and offered with a standard Ford of Europe warranty.

    A great heritage
    In being both a genuine Ford RS and a full member of the Focus family, the new Focus RS represents a significant moment in the heritage of both brands.

    It is ten years since the Ford Focus was first revealed to the world at the Geneva Motor Show in 1998, paving the way for a range of Ford vehicles whose exciting design was matched by class-leading driving quality.

    Since this time, more than 5.4 million Ford Focus models have been built in Europe, including Russia, with the car also built and sold in North America and Asia.

    At the same time, the new Focus RS marks the return of the famous but rare Ford RS badge, last seen on the first-generation Focus RS in 2002 and with a distinguished heritage stretching back 38 years including Fiesta, Escort and Sierra models.

    'RS is a unique part of Ford's high performance heritage and the Focus has played a major part in establishing Ford's excellent reputation for driving dynamics. The all-new Focus RS will embrace and celebrate both of these – it will be a genuine RS and a genuine Focus and I'm confident it won't disappoint in either area,' concluded Capito.

    Source - Ford

    OVER 1,000 ORDERS FOR NEW FORD FOCUS RS

    Ford's ÚK dealer network has been inundated with orders for the all-new high performance Ford Focus RS which was previewed at the British International Motor Show in London in July.

    So far 1,000 customer orders have been placed. Although no details of available colours have been confirmed, around 40 per cent of the applicants requested the unique Electric Green shade of the London Show vehicle. Other popular requests were Frozen White and Electric Blue.

    Roelant de Waard, Chairman and Managing Director of Ford of Britain said: 'We're delighted by the reaction of performance car enthusiasts to the new Focus RS and that so many want to place orders even though it will not be available until early next year.'


    2009 Ford Focus RSAt the heart of the new Ford Focus RS is a specially developed 300PS version of Ford's Duratec 2.5-litre five-cylinder turbocharged engine.

    The new model marks a welcome return for the Rallye Sport badge which has played such an important role in Ford's rich motorsport heritage. This will be the second Focus model to carry the RS mantle since 2002 and heralds another chapter in an automotive story which began with the iconic Ford Escort RS1600 in 1970.

    Source - Ford

    FOCUS RS TAKES ON NEW PERFORMANCE CHALLENGE

    Ford's fastest-ever European production car will chase a fuel efficiency record when it enters the ÚK's seventh annual MPG Marathon this month.

    The 2.5-litre 305PS Ford Focus RS will target over 35mpg during the 360-mile route.

    Capable of 163mph and 0-60mph in under six seconds, the Ford Focus RS aims to demonstrate its remarkable efficiency with class honours in the leading frugal motoring marathon.


    2009 Ford Focus RSMotoring writer Jeremy Walton and co-driver Alyson Marlow are preparing to beat the official 30.1mpg combined fuel economy of the Ford Focus RS by a margin of over 15 per cent.

    'I'm setting out to prove you can use an efficient high-performance car in daily driving without enormous fuel bills,' said Jeremy, who has entered the Ford-supplied RS in the Warwickshire-based marathon's class for cars with CO2 emissions of 160+g/km.


    Before customer deliveries even started earlier this year, more than half of the ÚK's Ford Focus RS allocation had been sold. The £26,395 car continued the RS badge's acclaimed 40-year association with exciting and affordable performance cars.

    David Calder, Ford's medium car product manager, said: 'We launched the latest Ford Focus RS not only as the ultimate front-wheel drive performance car but also as a car you can live with every day, and wish Jeremy and Alyson a smooth and safe journey as they prove this out.'

    The MPG Marathon, organised by FleetWorld magazine, demonstrates real world fuel economy figures delivered by a wide range of vehicles, not just those designed for low fuel consumption. More about the event on September 30/October 1 at mpgmarathon.com

    Source - Ford

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    Ford Monthly Sales Volume

    December 2018
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    November 2018
    187,096
    October 2018
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    September 2018
    189,236
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    July 2018
    186,128
    June 2018
    221,101
    May 2018
    233,069
    April 2018
    196,133
    March 2018
    234,954
    February 2018
    187,432
    January 2018
    154,733
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