While the all-new 2017 Passage Center RS is the primary auto to offer a Float Mode among its driver-selectable drivetrain settings, the new component doesn't compensate for absence of driving ability or sound judgment as found in this video.
Demonstrating that Broncos aren't the main autos to flaunt when leaving the auto meet, the 2017 Center RS peels out and oversteers while leaving an Autos and Espresso occasion in Stuttgart, Germany.
This time, nonetheless, the Center RS driver can stop the auto before T-boning a more seasoned Mercedes-Benz E-Class vehicle.
In any case, in the wake of sponsorship it up just a couple of feet, the driver wrenches the wheel to one side and punches it, about hitting a couple of observers remaining close to the inside middle.
Fortunately, the driver hits the brakes and no one is injured. The driver then slowly straightens out before heading down the road.
As one of the 2017 Ford Focus RS hatchback’s driver-selectable settings, which also includes Normal, Sport, and Track settings, Drift Mode allows the car to power oversteer by sending up to 70 percent of the engine’s power to the rear wheels.
Drift Mode also loosens the reins on the stability control system and dampers to transfer more weight side-to-side out back.
Power for the 2017 Ford Focus RS comes from a turbocharged 2.3-lier EcoBoost I-4 rated 350 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque.
A six-speed manual and the Ford Performance All-Wheel Drive system route power to all four wheels.
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