Steeda is one of the tuners with the most impressive tuning packages presented at the SEMA Show. And this year is no exception from that rule: the tuner has prepared a very cool Focus ST for those of you who will take a trip to Las Vegas for the show.

Their project has been inspired by the European version of the Focus ST and according to the first details is the perfect car for both street and track. Steeda has worked on improving both performances and handling, but in the same time their ST features a very aggressive look.

The first details we have on the car suggest that the Focus ST has received Steeda G-Trac suspension modifications, Brembo brakes, a new set of 19" custom wheel and tire package takes power to the tarmac. There is also a pretty impressive aerodynamic package and looks like carbon fiber is a big part of it.

More details will be unveiled at the upcoming SEMA Show.


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  (346) posted on 10.21.2012

Seems Ford fixed a few issues with the MK3 feeling very neutral in spite of FWD and all the compromises that go into producing a hot hatch to please the masses.

  (377) posted on 10.21.2012

looks like it’s sitting on stilts. Poor weight distribution and front-wheel drive doesn’t help

  (349) posted on 10.21.2012

the older MK2 Focus ST with the 2.5 litre, 5 cylinder engine and while not too shabby, is very prone to huge understeer stock.

  (377) posted on 10.21.2012

It looks as if the front end is higher up (slighly), more front ground clearance. Every new 2012 Focus I see on the raod to date, the front-end sags downward and has little ground clearance.

  (397) posted on 10.21.2012

Why does the European market get the Sony sound system without My Ford Touch ,but we are stuck with this useless crappy tech?

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