This is the new Ford Fiesta S2000 rally car, which was unveiled today.
The car, driven by WRC driver Matthew Wilson, will make its public debut as course car on the Rally of Scotland, which gets underway from Perth on Thursday night.
The 1200kg car is powered by a 280bhp 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine that has peak power at 8000rpm. It also has 192lb ft of torque at 6500rpm.
However, its future competition plans are unclear. Although it is eligible for outright honours in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge and class honours in the WRC next year, Ford has no plans to run works cars. Instead, it will continue to campaign Ford Focus WRCs in the WRC, offering the S2000 car to customers.
The car has been built by M-Sport, which also builds Ford's WRC cars.
M-Sport chief Matthew Wilson said: "Today is a very exciting day for us. This is the first global rally car for Ford and M-Sport.
"I really believe that we have produced a fantastic rally car and this launch is a big step to seeing it out competing in rallies. It's the first time in five years that we have been able to offer a Ford rally car that can challenge for overall victory in national championships across the world.
"It is also the culmination of a huge amount of hard work not only by Christian Loriaux and his team, but by everyone who works at M-Sport. We have worked closely with Ford on this project."
M-Sport's technical director Christian Loriaux added: "We have made a very promising start in testing and I am more than pleased with the performance of the car so far; it will be interesting to see how the real pace of the car compares to the competition."