Ford Focus RS is currently the most powerful hot hatch on the market. The stock version has 2.5 litre five-cylinder turbo petrol engine with 305hp and 440N/m of torque. All this powered is transferred on the front wheels through six-speed gearbox.Wolf Racing offers optimised engine and turbo charger management and boosts the Focus RS to 360hp and the incredible 559N/m of torque. Because the original version already has power steering, probably the Wolf RS 360 will be a little hard to drive with all this power on the front wheels. Despite of this, the price of the performance enhancement is only 1299 Euro including VAT, which is a very good value.

The engineers in Wolf Racing also offer a multi-disc differential lock for 2500 Euro to deliver better traction and more driving experience behind the steering wheel. The differential lock guarantees optimal handling, because of the higher traction.

The third upgrade for Focus RS from Wolf Racing is coilover suspension for 1299 Euro. This suspension kit allows the owner to choose the height of the car by manual adjustments. The alternative is the lowering springs for 219 Euro, which lower the Wolf RS 360 by 30 millimetres.

Wolf Racing Ford Focus RS (2009) - picture 1 of 2
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Wolf Racing has a new 9Jx20" wheels in multi-part look for Focus RS. They are painted in glossy black. The price is just 399 Euro. The other options are 8.5Jx19" and 8.5Jx18" to finish the range of wheels. The colour for the rims can be from charcoal matt polished over silver varnished with stainless steel well up to matt black.

Wolf RS 360 can be easily differed from regular Focus RS by decorative strips in silver, charcoal, blue, red, orange, yellow, black or white for 98 Euro and Wolf stickers from only 3 Euro as well as aluminium pedals including foot rests for 193 Euro.

The Wolf RS 360 can be seen at the Essen Motor Show from November 28th until December 6th 2009 in hall 10 at stand 304.