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Ford has released the first details about four Focus concepts which will be unveiled at SEMA later this month.

First up, the Focus ST by Blood Type Racing features a Midnight Purple exterior with a front splitter, a wide body kit, and a rear wing. The company also installed a drone helipad and 19-inch B-Forged wheels with Toyo Tires T1 Sports tires.

Under the hood, the 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine has been equipped with a new Borg Warner turbocharger, a Ford Performance exhaust system, and a COBB tuner. The model also features a Mishimoto intercooler, an upgraded radiator, and a bespoke interior.

The Ford Focus RS TriAthlete by VMP Performance goes in a different direction as it features a matte black exterior with a carbon fiber hood, a front splitter, and a rear diffuser. The model also has an Air Lift suspension and 19-inch Forgestar CF5 Deep Concave wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.

The car's 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine has been outfitted with a carbon fiber cold air intake, a high-performance intercooler, and a cat-back exhaust system. Other changes include the installation of a dual port blow-off valve and a COBB tuner.

Next up is the Focus RS by Universal Technical Institute. Dressed in Axalta Pennzoil yellow paint, the model has a number of carbon fiber components from Anderson Composite. Other highlights include a coilover suspension, Baer brakes, and 19-inch Rotiform wheels with Falken FK150 tires.

Performance modifications are limited but include a FullRace intake, a new intercooler, and a Ford Performance exhaust system.

Last but not least, the Focus RS by Rally Innovations pays tribute to rally car drivers. As a result, the model has a rally-inspired appearance with a ventilated hood, an aluminum front splitter, and a large rear wing. Elsewhere, there are auxiliary lights and OZ Racing Superturismo GT wheels with Nitto NT01 tires.

On the performance front, the car has been equipped with a coilover suspension, Eibach sway bars, and high-performance brakes. There's also an upgraded engine with a Borla downpipe, a cat-back exhaust, and a number of Mountune components.

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