Black forged alloy wheels and grey-finish brake calipers, contrasting black door mirrors and a rear spoiler complete the unique exterior add-ons. Inside there are partial leather Recaro seats and carbon fiber trim. Other standard equipment includes privacy glass, a sunroof, rear parking sensors, power-fold mirrors, cruise control with speed limiter and a heated steering wheel. Mechanically, all vehicles feature a front mechanical Quaife limited-slip differential and the dealership-fitted FPM375 Mountune upgrade
. This boosts output from 345 hp to 370 hp. Priced at 39,895 GBP, it’s crystal clear the Focus RS Heritage Edition is a first-come, first-served type of thing.