German tuner Wolf Racing has worked on the Ford Focus RS and turned up some impressive numbers. Power is up to 360hp and torque increases to a massive 559Nm.
German Ford specialist Wolf Racing has turned a stock Focus RS into a mean beast with extra racing abilities. The standard car already produces some cracking figures; 224kW (305hp) and 440Nm of torque. Wolf engineers upped these for the Wolf RS 360 to 265kW (360hp) and 559Nm at 3,100rpm respectively.
The car's multi-disc differential lock gives it greater traction when accelerating and braking even as it remains front-wheel-drive. The suspension can be lowered by some 30mm while the coilover suspension also helps improve road holding.
Light alloy 18-inch and 19-inch wheels cut in various finishes like matt black are available off the buyer's menu. Alternatively a 20-inch option can be taken.
As for the look, customers have a choice of red, orange, charcoal and other colour strips while the interior options include aluminium pedals and foot rests.
These upgrades range from €1,299 for the engine to €399 for the 19-inch wheels down to €98 for Wolf stickers.
The car will appear at the 2009 Essen Motor Show which takes place from 28th November.