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Ford Focus RS rolls off this mortal coil with WRC-style white wheels

Alas, poor Focus RS, we knew ye not at all. We're not sure which is the biggest tragedy – the fact that Ford never graced the U.S. with the joy that is the company's wild hatchback or that the three-door is already being sent out to pasture. Either way, buyers in the UK can now equip their new RS models with a set of slick rall

Legendary customizer George Barris kustomizes krazy Chevrolet Camaro

George Barris and the 2010 Chevrolet "Spirit" Camaro – Click above for high-res image gallery

REPORT: Chevrolet's Camaro convertible delayed, Z28 facing cancellation

Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Concept - Click above for a high-res gallery

True Blue: First Focus RS rolls off Ford assembly line in Germany

Click above for a high-res image gallery of the Ford Focus RS

Details of new 280bhp Ford Focus RS revealed

Autocar claims to have the skinny on Ford's new Focus RS that may debut as soon as this summer's London Motor Show. The new Focus RS will get all the updates seen on the 2008 Ford Focus in Europe, which means it will combine the standard car's new Kinetic Design styling cues with big in

Volkswagen Golf RS (or RSi?) appears at corporate event

What's an RS? Well, appearances would possibly indicate that it's going to be the production version of the Thunder Bunny Concept

RR of the Day: 1967 Chevy Camaro RS/SS

Kicking off Camaro Week for our RR of the Day feature's is Flickr member Kyler's 1967 Chevy Camaro RS/SS. Not only does this car exist in the upper echelon of Camaro annals, it also happened to be the subject of the very first piece of automotive journalism I ever penned, so it gets extra points from me for personal nostalgia. Though Kyler has performed many mods beneath the car's skin, the sheetmetal is nearly factory stock, as is the interior. This was a fantastic generation of Camaro design a

Porsche Cayman RS in the works?

According to regulars at the Nurburgring in Germany, a lightened Porsche Cayman with a rollbar and race-style seats with harnesses has been seen doing laps on the famous 14-mile course. This has led some to speculate about a new ultralight model of the Cayman that could be badged as an "RS" or "Clubsport."