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Ford's new AWD Focus RS to have a 'drift mode'

By Faiming_low on 05 Mar 2015

Attached Image According to officials from Ford, the new all-wheel drive Focus RS is set to have a 'drift mode'. Yes, you saw that correctly, it has a button that allows you to 'make controlled oversteer manoeuvres' and is one of the three driver modes available, including 'Track' and 'Normal'.
Attached Image Not much else was revealed at Geneva Motor Show where the Focus RS made its global debut, other than it making ' well in excess of 315bhp', which is surprisingly close to the new Honda Civic Type R's 306bhp.
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Turboflat4 Mar 05 2015 08:10 PM
That sounds so cool...NOT! Why not just have a button that does it all for you like automatic parallel parking?
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