As Wolf Racing has its roots in motor sports, the engineers did not only focus on a stronger engine. Only in connection with the multi-disc differential lock for 2500 euros the standard car turns into a racing car with official approval and homologation for road service.
As soon as the torque rises, the differential lock interacts. Therefore, it is exactly the combination with the Wolf performance enhancement which unfolds the potential, as more torque is available at an earlier stage. When accelerating and also when braking, the differential lock with an increasing effect claims a higher traction at the beginning and the end of the curve.
The coilover suspension for 1299 euros provides better road holding conditions. Thereby, the lowering can be individually adjusted to the requirements of the road and the preference of the driver. Alternatively the lowering springs for 219 euros lower the Wolf RS 360 by 30 millimetres and render an even more dynamic character. The lower centre of gravity facilitates the handling, so that the gained performance can be transmitted to the road through the front wheels.
The 9x20 inch wheels in multi-part look also alter the dynamic appearance and can be obtained for 399 euros. In the version glossy black with stainless steel well, the contrast is emphasised very clear and underlines the sporty character of the Wolf RS 360. Wolf Racing also offers the light alloy wheel in the dimensions 8.5x19 and 8.5x18 inches in finishes ranging from charcoal matt polished over silver varnished with stainless steel well up to matt black.
With its selected design elements, the Wolf RS 360 distinguishes itself from the standard Focus RS. Decorative strips in silver, charcoal, blue, red, orange, yellow, black or white for 98 euros and Wolf stickers from three euros as well as aluminium pedals including foot rests for 193 euros are indicators for the enhanced Ford.Ford electric vehicle prototypes plug in
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