Limited Edition 2018 Ford Focus RS: Only 1500 Will Be Made!

Jun 01, 2017 04:50 AM EDT | Paul Urban


The Limited Edition 2018 Ford Focus RS is definitely one of the most coveted as there will only be 1500 units ever to be made for the U.S. and Canada. This makes its value skyrocket and enthusiasts clamor to be one of the distinct owners of the RS.

The Limited Edition 2018 Ford Focus RS have two things that fans and experts desire — limited-slip front differential and shade of red for the outside. This sets the car apart from vehicles of its kind. The 2018 Focus RS does get more standard equipment to make it completely different from the typical RS.

Its power and capacity in left unchanged, still being able to produce 350-horsepower. However, the addition of drift button may be considered encouraging to make more people take notice and eventually buy.

The Limited Edition Ford RS comes in two gorgeous colors — blue and special paint option called Race Red. Both colors make the RS pop out and stand out effortlessly. The addition of Red, as earlier mentioned, appears to be the company's representation of fire and passion as the RS roars down the track or highway.

The Limited Edition also comes with heated Recaro seats, heated mirrors, heated steering wheel, and voice-activated navigation. There are only 1000 units are to be sold in the U.S. and another 500 in Canada.

The Limited Edition 2018 Ford Focus RS is able to accelerate from zero to 62 mph in just 4.7-seconds. This is possible because of its 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual and all-wheel-drive.

Gloss black roofs and mirror caps alongside black finish on the spoiler is standard to Limited Edition 2018 Ford Focus RS. It comes with 19-inch black forged alloys. It is definitely one to watch out for being Ford's last offering of the current-generation Ford Focus.

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