There’s nothing “boy racer” about this RS (Ralley Sport) Focus; it’s the real deal. In an era where rally-influenced cars are regularly seen on city streets, the Focus RS delivers in a big way. This RS can name drop with the best of them: Sparco seats, Quaife differential, Brembo brakes, and, best of all, a big Garrett turbocharger. The bang for your buck starts here with more than two-hundred horsepower and plenty of grunty, low-end torque. The RS also looks the role but in ways that speak louder than a few plastic adornments. The car’s wide stance lets you know it means business and interior details like drilled pedals and a big aluminum shift knob top off a sweet package, that sadly was only available in Europe in 2003.