The Ford performance range is bred at the track and refined in the workshop so that we can bring you the best racing performance in a street legal machine bringing. If you’ve ever wanted a race car but you need to take the kids to school then the Ford Performance range has a car that does both to perfection.
Let’s start with the light and nimble Focus RS. With it’s classic race looks this hot hatch is the latest to wear the RS badge and with 257Kw under the bonnet you’d be forgiven for thinking this is a rally car in executive clothing.
Designed and engineered by the global Ford performance team the Focus RS is a step beyond normal into the extreme. This pocket rocket comes complete with all wheel drive and launch control giving it superior grip, extreme technology and racing attributes seldom seen in a small car.
Inside the cabin (more like a cockpit) you have recaro seats and full voice control so you will be synced with you car like never before. Sink in, talk it up and feel the exhilaration of 440 Nm or Torque revving out of Fords specially tuned 2.3Ltr ecoboost engine.
Competition is fierce in this arena and the RS comes up against some heavy hitting rivals in the Volkswagen Golf R, Mercedes AMG A45 and the Honda Civic Type-R but when all is said and done Ford has done an amazing job bringing cutting edge performance at a price tag that makes it affordable to the average Aussie.
And if that doesn’t stand out enough you can now be the proud owner of the Focus RS Limited Edition that has been built with the true enthusiast in mind. We’ve added a Quaiffe limited slip diff, michelin Pilot sport cup 2 tyres and accented the car with nitrous blue highlights inside and black on the outside.
If the Focus RS isn’t quite sporty enough, or you like going slow over speed humps, you should be taking a closer look at Fords Mustang. The original pony car, styled on it’s racing heritage and kitted out with all you need in a modern sports car the Mustang is one horse you’ll love keeping in your stable.
Under its nose you’ll find a 2.3 litre turbo charged ecoboost engine outputting 233kW or you can go all out and pick up the 5.0-litre V8 with 306 kW kicking you along. The 2018 Mustang is all the hollywood glamour, with a little bit of rascal, matched with old school grunt. When you’re looking for a bit of glamour just for you (because let’s be honest, you’ve worked hard for it) you can’t go past your very own, high tech race horse that doesn’t eat you out of house and home.
Styling wise the Mustang has come a long way from classic American muscle and fits in with the finest china with LED lighting, a full 12 inch, LCD full digital instrument cluster, quad tail poes and even a little light up Pony that shines on the puddles so you don’t get your shoes wet. All poise and all grunt the 2018 Ford Mustang is one Pony we all want to ride.
Now for the serious side. You’re looking for all business with a little play on the weekend, (ok lots of play on the weekend), but you only want 1 truck. The all new Ford Ranger Raptor has not long been released to showrooms around the country and it is making waves like no Ranger before it.
Get behind the wheel of Australia’s first factory built off road performance truck and you’ll be hauling you know what before you know it. Complete with a BiTurbo diesel engine and a whopping 10 speed transmission you’ll be flying through your work week and ready for the weekend in no time.
It’s been a long time since Ford invented the ute in 1934, so it’s no wonder they have now re-invented the work/play vehicle in the Raptor. With the comfort you need to get you through the toughest work week coupled with the ruggedness that will see you climbing every mountain on your days off, the Raptor is far from the office joke.
With Fox racing shocks, 33 inch tyres, 283mm ground clearance and a wading depth of 850mm there is no situation your new rator can’t tackle. And once you’re weekends over and the dreaded Monday rolls around you can cruise in style with body contoured seats, leather accents and a multi-intelligent instrument panel capable of syncing with any phone anywhere.
So from the sublime to the ridiculous Ford performance really does have a car that will take you anywhere and everywhere for every Australian.