|The Ford RS200 is a mid-engined, four-wheel drive sports car that was produced by Ford Europe from 1984 to 1986. The road-going RS200 was based on Ford's Group B rally car and was designed to comply with FIA homologation regulations. The new vehicle's design featured a plastic-fiberglass composite body designed by Ghia, a mid-mounted engine and four-wheel drive. To aid weight distribution, designers mounted the transmission at the front of the car, which required that power from the mid-mounted engine go first up to the front wheels and then be run back to the rear, creating a complex drive train setup.|
|Able to run with (and often leave behind) more prestigious and expensive supercars of the day, the RS200 Evolution remains a highly sought-after collectible. |
In 2015 a 1986 Ford RS200 Evolution was sold for $539,000 by Gooding.