While the all-new Ford Focus was revealed just a few days ago, rendering artists have already come up with what the next Focus RS might look like.
Things look mighty familiar all around, and that’s because Kleber Silva imagined the hot hatch with some of the styling influences of its predecessor. We wouldn’t be surprised if most of these will make their way onto the car, along with the roof-mounted wing that is supposed to provide some needed downforce.
Next Ford Focus RS is some three years away
Expected to premiere in 2020, as per a recent report, the future Focus RS will build upon the fourth-generation hatchback, to which it will allegedly add a 48V mild hybrid tech. The turbo’d 2.3-liter four-cylinder petrol engine of the current car is believed to be maintained, albeit with a few updates of its own, for a total of 400hp and 576Nm (425lb-ft) of torque.
In addition to the 2021 Ford Focus RS, the digital artist sketched the five-door estate version of the new Focus in the potent trim, with the beefed up body kit, and decided to apply the same treatment to the sedan, too. Now, these are obviously just for kicks, and just in case some of you were wondering what the new compact car would look like as a three-door coupe or a cabriolet, then the renderings below will answer your question.