3. Dynamic Torque Vectoring & Additional Overboost

Dynamic Torque Vectoring – a new solution that engineers of Ford Performance introduced to Focus RS. Dynamically spliting torque in conjunction with All Wheel Drive and an electronic limited slip differential allows to automatic control of the clutch by computer. To the rear axle can be diverted a maximum 70% of drive torque, up to 100% may go to one of the rear wheels! In addition, there is also the Overboost function known from previous models, in this case the torque increases from 324 lb-ft to 350 lb-ft for 15 seconds!

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