Ford is bringing four unique versions of the Ford Focus to this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The Focus RS and Focus ST concepts will feature technology and performance upgrades to show off the potential of the high-performance Focus models.
The Focus ST concept’s exterior is painted in Midnight Purple paint with wide body fender flares and large rear hatch wing. It also features a unique roof-mounted drone helipad. To improve its performance the Focus ST concept features a Full Race Turbo kit with a Borg Warner EFI 7163 turbo, Ford Performance exhaust, and Ford Performance short throw shifter. The suspension has been upgraded with an Airlift Performance air suspension and its braking performance has been upgraded with a Wilwood big brake kit. Inside you’ll find Sabelt GT621L carbon fiber racing seats and Sabelt 4 Point racing harnesses.
The Ford Focus RS TriAthlete concept is all about performance whether it’s on the drag strip, a road course or on fun twisty backroads. The Focus RS TriAthlete concept gets an Air Lift performance suspension and powertrain upgrades including a dual port blow-off valve and COBB Tuning carbon fiber cold air intake. The exterior is painted in a matte black finish with custom airbrush art. The exterior also gets lots of carbon fiber parts, like the hood, rear spoiler, front splitter, and rear diffuser.
This next Focus RS is “Street Performance Packaged for Speed.” As its name suggests this Focus RS concept is all about speed and its upgraded with a Ford Performance exhaust, Ford Performance short throw shifter, FullRace intercooler and, a FullRace intake. The exterior features Axalta paint in Pennzoil yellow, while the interior gets Ford Performance accessories and some carbon fiber additions.
The Focus RS Rally Revival concept pays tribute to rally drivers. It features an RS-R coilover suspension, Eibach sway bars, and DBA USA 4000 series slotted rotors. To ramp up its performance the Focus RS Rally Revival concept gets a Mountune High-flow Induction kit & full intercooler upgrade, a Borla 3-inch catted down pipe and a Ford Performance S-Type 3” cat-back exhaust.
All four concepts will share the stage with over over 50 Ford vehicles that will be on display.