portait graphics, and delivers twice the horsepower of the award-winning Focus ST.
It also features stylish headlights, rear spoiler and integrated parking sensor with distance alerts.
The car has a chassis design inspired by the Ford Mustang. The Focus RS has a higher level of aerodynamic performance than before and delivers up to 280kW and 650Nm of torque at only 1,600rpm.
Sep 29, 2020
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Jan 31, 2020
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It has been upgraded with a few key functions, such as, a preset resume function that can be put into “ready to drive” mode.
It is also equipped with three airbags for your safety.
It also has an alarm system for added protection.
The car has a chassis design inspired by the Ford Focus.
It also has standard safety features such as ABS and airbags.
A lot of care has been taken to give the people looking for a luxury experience a fun and interactive way to explore this amazing technology.
The DriverPack 533 is also upgradable and gives you the chance to personalize your car.
It is the most advanced keyless entry system in the automotive industry.
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It also has standard functionality like keyless start, keyless opening, electric door lock, push button start, on board trip odometer and so on.
It also has a lot of extra benefits for added pleasure.
It has the ability to connect to your smartphone and display information such as weather, destination and more.
It can also help you to get out of a jam.
It also has a 3G and 4G function that can be activated using the Bluetooth connection.
It also allows you to connect to other Bluetooth enabled devices and your smartphone as well.
It also has the ability to connect to your navigation device or music player.
It is so smart that you can give it commands that it will execute perfectly.
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