Motorists on the lookout for a used Ford Focus RS following the strong reviews it has received are not the only ones pleased with the way the vehicle has turned out.
Kent-based company Quaife Engineering is also happy with the outcome of the vehicle.
Director at the transmission specialist Michael Quaife said: "Naturally we’re pleased that the initial press reviews of the car seem to be overwhelmingly positive."
In the production of the vehicle Quaife used its automatic torque biasing (ATB) differential, which helped the RS increase its power.
Motorists are now able to benefit from 300 brake horsepower, alongside being able to witness better speed when accelerating out of a corner.
Mr Quaife added: "We’ve enjoyed an ongoing dialogue with Ford and we’re very pleased with the end results as they were a particularly good team to work with."
Tom Ford recently stated in the Times that the suspension of the RS was one of its special features.
He commented that the vehicle was able to "glide over bumps as comfortably as Aladdin’s carpet".