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For the first part in Ford's new documentary series, Ken Block gets behind the wheel of a preproduction Focus RS to see how it drives with Blue Oval Product Development Vice President Raj Nair.


Ford gives fans a peek behind the curtain at the development of the 2016 Focus RS in a new eight-part documentary series. It runs from early prototype engineering through to the management review.


Now is the time to build your perfect, ideal Ford Focus RS, as the Blue Oval has introduced the configurator for its hardcore hot hatchback.


The 2016 Ford Focus RS starts at $36,605 in the US, and buyers get to race to 62 miles per hour in just 4.7 seconds all the way to a 165 mph top speed.


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Ford releases an upgrade kit for the Focus ST, 2015 shows a spike in traffic-related deaths, and the future of Audi is previewed.


Ford is keeping up with the war on yellow sac spiders in the fuel vapor lines with an improved shield against them. The latest one sees its first global application in the 2016 Focus RS.


To celebrate the launch of Forza Motorsport 6, Ford has The Stig driving a new Focus RS with a special fan-designed livery to the Gamescom expo in Cologne.


Ford may have made a goof on its US consumer website, giving us a sampling of the pricing for the eagerly awaited 2016 Focus RS.


The 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed has come and gone, and as usual, it didn't disappoint. We recap some of the best scenes from this year's event.


On the eve of its dynamic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Ford Performance has revealed output figures for the new Focus RS, packing 345 horsepower and as much as 347 pound-feet of torque on overboost.


Ford is giving the 2016 Focus RS a workout on a test track in Belgium before taking it to the Goodwood Festival of Speed to challenge the hill climb there.


The Ford Focus RS made its US debut Wednesday at the New York Auto Show, and we caught up with the Ford product gurus who made the hot hatch happen.


Ford took the US debut of its Focus RS to announce a US on-sale date, and show off one of the super-hot hatch's production colors, Nitrous Blue.


Ford is showing its Focus RS in Geneva, giving us our first real, detailed look at the hottest of Blue Oval hatchbacks.


Ford gives Car and Driver every indication that the new all-wheel-drive system in the Focus RS will be seen in other performance products. And upon closer inspection, C/D notes that AWD system is "almost identical" to the one in the Range Rover Evoque.


The new Focus RS may have a turbocharged engine and a trick all-wheel drive system, but it also packs an old-school six-speed manual... and that's just the way Ford wants to keep it.


Ford employed Ken Block to test out its new Focus RS. Judging by this video, we think he approves.


Ford promises to more than a dozen new performance models by 2020, and this is the latest: the third-generation Focus RS, complete with 2.3-liter EcoBoost four channeling over 315 horsepower to all four wheels to give the latest breed of hot hatches a run for their money.


EcoBoost Power, All-Wheel Drive, And 0-60 In Less Than 5 Seconds

Here's your first look at the new 2016 Ford Focus RS – the Blue Oval's hottest hatch yet. The fierce little compact leaked onto the web ahead of its official February 3 debut.


Ford's new video teaser for the upcoming Focus RS shows some of the test cars doing some big slides in the wet and dry. The clip also announces that the Blue Oval's latest hot hatch is being unveiled on February 3.


An anonymous tipster has leaked a map of Ford's display stand plans for next week's Detroit Auto Show, and it supports the idea of a Ford GT revival, as well as a Shelby Mustang GT350R and F-150 SVT Raptor.

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