New Ford Focus RS wheels

Ford's mega hot hatch, the Focus RS, has nearly reached production's end. Time for some special WRC alloys

The end of Ford Focus RS production will be marked by a new wheel option for the last-off-the-line cars. And perhaps in keeping with the RS’s image, they’re eye-grabbing white multispoke items. They’re dubbed ‘WRC-style’ and designed to further link the 300bhp uber-hatch to its forest-traversing motorsport cousin. The 19in alloys will set you back £500 a set (inc VAT).

Dave Calder, Ford’s product manager in the UK, said ‘The demand for Focus RS has been astounding.  In barely a year since launch, we have sold almost our entire UK allocation – thanks in a large part to this Focus RS continuing the proud tradition of combining high-performance with practicality and affordability. We expect demand to be high for these last cars and we’re giving customers the chance to personalise them with this exclusive option.’

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