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Could North America get next-gen Ford Focus RS?

Submitted by on April 6, 2009 – 8:43 pmNo Comment

thumb800x800_3418366814_3d02569fae_oCould the North American market finally get the Ford Focus RS? According to the latest reports, it could happen. But not until after the next-generation model debuts in a couple of years.

Like the new Fiesta, the next Focus is being developed as a global product, with the North American market in mind as much as those overseas. And with the amalgamation of Ford’s performance divisions in the United States and Europe – SVT and Team RS, respectively – an RS version could reach American shores in a few years’ time.

According to Automotive News, Ford’s global performance guru Hermann Salebauch says the potential for a U.S.-market Focus RS depends entirely on demand. That is, if enough American buyers want an RS, it could happen. So what do you think, should Ford give its home market a smokin’ hot hatch based on the next Focus? Leave your thoughts in the comments section because… well… who knows?

[Source: Automotive News]

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