Again, not a huge change here over the Focus ST. Safety is improved by the AWD system, which means the RS has far more traction than a front-wheel drive car so it’ll be more capable in slippery conditions.
Bi-xenon HID cornering headlights are included for free, which work incredibly well, and there’s a low-speed automatic braking system available as an optional extra.
Also available for extra cost is the Luxury Pack, which nets you further safety systems in the form of rear parking sensors, cruise control and rear privacy glass.
In terms of practicality, on the Focus RS almost everything is the same as the ST, but actually because of the extra drivetrain features on the rear axle you lose the spare wheel well in favour of a tyre inflation kit, so boot space drops to a maximum of 260 litres. This expands to 1,045 litres with the rear seats folded.
The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the .
Equipment by trim level
To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list: