It still says it now. Around 24 hours after they were prompted to comment about it.It looks like they have changed the article multiple times today. This morning it did say that Evo confirmed 345hp. It looks like they have gone back on that, and that post on the ford site may indeed be a "typo" although it still said it this morning.
In my opinion, that headline is incorrect, and verges on clickbait. The Ford spokesperson said that the quoted figure is inaccurate and that "[they] are still in testing phases, but [they] are guaranteeing it will at least be over 315 hp. [Their] final numbers will come closer to launch." Guaranteeing that it'll be at least over 315hp is a very vague and safe guarantee by at least 20hp, after all nobody wants to go back and retract statements made to the public. This doesn't mean that it will NOT have 345hp, it just means that the quoted figure is inaccurate because they are still in testing phases and they don't yet know the exact hp figure. Maybe it'll end up as 345, maybe 348, maybe 352. It could also end up at a figure less than 345 - hence the cover-your-ass statement.Top Speed is saying this:
2016 Ford Focus RS Will NOT Have 345 Horsepower | car News @ Top Speed
The guesstimation of the power output kinda reminds me of some of those will it void my warranty threads in other sites.
Just shy of of 28 feetHe made a comparison by using the heights of buildings as analogies.
"If you guys want to settle the debate of what "well" means... it's pretty much the same as saying the height of the thirty-second tallest building in Denver is well in excess of the height of the tenth tallest building in Serbia."
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He is very credible, from the hints he has given us before. He confirmed my guesses on engine modifications a long time ago but in his own way lol.Yup, and Loki (if he's credible) seems very confident in the hints that he carefully parcels out. I think we'll be pleasantly surprised.