Back in the mid-1980s, motorsports were all about rally racing and the terrifyingly dangerous Group B. Group B was a part of the World Rally Championship, which featured factory prototypes loosely based on production cars with insane turbocharged engines and all-wheel drive systems. The vehicles were crazy fast and dangerous and much loved by fans all over the world. This brought us many exciting and fast road cars since manufacturers were obligated to produce several road-going vehicles for homologation purposes (via The Drive).
Precisely that was the insane Ford RS200. Introduced in 1984, this was a mid-engined, turbocharged sports car that featured lightweight body construction, a 2.1-liter engine with 250 HP, and two seats. It was a race car with no intention of hiding it, and thanks to all-wheel drive, it was capable of jumping from 0 to 60 mph in five seconds flat. The road version, of which 200 left the factory, was detuned from 450 compared to the 500 HP of the race version.