Ford and Rally Innovations have announced plans to introduce a wicked new Focus ST at SEMA.

Ford and Rally Innovations have announced plans to introduce a wicked new Focus ST at SEMA.

Billed as the future of rallying, the one-off features an aggressive body kit with a three-piece aluminum front splitter, revised side skirts and a large rear wing.  The model also has extended fender flares, a ventilated hood and 19-inch Rays 57 Xtreme wheels with a graphite finish and Nitto NT555 tires.  Elsewhere, there's red accents, an LED light bar, JDM Aero hood latches and a Beat-Sonic Blaid antenna.

Ford didn't release interior photos but the company says the model has Cusco/Bride Euroster II+C adjustable race seats with four-point harnesses.  The car also has a four-point roll cage, LED interior lighting and a Sony premium audio system.  The rear seat also has been removed to help reduce weight.

In terms of performance, the model has been equipped with a Greddy Airinx intake system, a sports exhaust system and a new aluminum intercooler.  The car also comes with a COBB Tuning Accessport V3 tuning system which will enable the 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine to produce more than the standard 252 bhp and 270 lb-ft of torque.

Besides the aforementioned equipment, there's a coilover suspension, slotted rotors and pads and a COBB Tuning adjustable shift plate.

Ford will also be showing three other Focus STs but they'll blend into the background sitting beside the rally-inspired variant.

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