We’re used to seeing these "Black Edition" tuning packages from Anderson Germany on many different sports cars available, but their latest project seems to be a little on the questionable side of the spectrum. The talented tuning firm has gone from the Ferrari 458 Italia and the Audi R8 V10 to a run-of-the-mill Ford Focus RS. Don’t shake your heads just yet though; after all, thrill-seeking speed is not just for people with thick wallets and hefty bank accounts.

Like with all of the other Black packages offered by Anderson Germany, the RS Black Racing Edition starts off with a black exterior and red contrasts. The aerodynamic package includes more pronounced wheel arches, an extra thick spoiler, and a matte black wrap. For the interior, the tuner has added leather upholstery, Alcantara, and beautiful red stitching.

The real work, however, was done under the hood. Anderson Germany took a hatchback that produced 305 HP out of its 2.5L 20 V DOHC RS engine and added a turbo system and a new exhaust to achieve 420 HP. Now that’s how you kick a hatchback in the ass and get it going.

It may not be a sports car, but at least now it can drive like one.

  • 2011 Ford Focus RS Black Racing Edition by Anderson Germany
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    20 V DOHC RS engine
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    2500 L
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  (530) posted on 07.6.2011

I have to agree that this aftermarket version is kind of good! I like the modified details on the exterior and I think the matte color of this vehicle add to the awesomeness of the car.

  (320) posted on 07.6.2011

This is what what you get from the Anderson Germany! Well, its a good thing that they have include the engine upgrade in the tuning package. I love their boost power output!

  (502) posted on 05.16.2011

Most likely, this car looks like a hatchback and performs like a sportscar! At least, it has an amazing speed and this aftermarket company makes an awesome upgrade on the exterior. I hope I would have a chance to drive one of thissmiley

  (314) posted on 05.16.2011

Wow! I like the matte version of this aftermarket company! And the boost power of was incredibly high! Well, I don’t think that there are more reason on why we shouldn’t consider to buy this car.

  (336) posted on 04.19.2011

Hahaha! That one would definitely be something. I just wonder how much power they would be able to squeeze into a Mini if they do that.

  (599) posted on 04.18.2011

Interesting, since Anderson Germany has already done their handiwork on hatchbacks, maybe they can go and spice up smaller cars. A Fiat 500 or Mini Black Racing edition would be interesting to see.

  (708) posted on 04.15.2011

Yeah, you’re right, that’s definitely a lot for a hatchback. But that one is really not that surprising, considering that this is Anderson Germany’s Black Edition.

  (412) posted on 04.15.2011

Hey, what are you saying that they didn’t do a thing with the engine? Just take a look at those numbers, those definitely are not the ones that you see in your regular hatchback.

  (503) posted on 04.14.2011

So much for the design,this car is quite impressive when it comes to the design. However, Anderson Germany doesn’t make the engine better. I think the figure performance of the car is for a typical crossover and not for a sports car.

  (474) posted on 04.14.2011

Wow! I can’t help not to drool in this car. I think I’m already fall in love in this car! I like the combination of the black and the red string stitching in the interior and touched on the wheel!

  (449) posted on 04.14.2011

I wonder what Anderson Germany would do if they get a hold of a Ford Fiesta. Imagine that, a Black Racing Edition Fiesta would definitely be any car geek’s dream.

  (797) posted on 04.14.2011

Yup, definitely amazing. You won’t be seeing that one much on regular Focuses. And the black col;or are also quite great looking w3hen used on this one.

  (780) posted on 04.13.2011

I was impressed with the matte color. And modifying the engine in order to produce additional 115 hp, Wow! That’s quite amazing!

  (780) posted on 04.13.2011

This car is very clean and decent. I like the matte black color for Ford’s Focus. However, I think Anderson Germany uses the same modification with the Ferrari Italia.

  (570) posted on 04.13.2011

Now, this one is really something. You don’t get to see a lot of Ford Focuses being treated this way. It is definitely going to be one heck of a ride.

  (858) posted on 04.13.2011

I must admit, I am a really a big fan of Anderson Germany’s Black Editions. And this one is definitely going to make me more of a fan, imagine what they did with this Focus.

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