The annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas is the hub of where all-new aftermarket parts debut, such as exhaust, tires, wheels and accessories. It’s also the hot place for the world debuts of unique project vehicles! If you’ve never heard of it, check out this recap from a first-timer’s trip!
When this year’s SEMA Show takes place November 5-8, 2013, Ford will have an extensive variety of customs on hand! Among them will be various Mustang, Fiesta, Transit, Focus and Fusion projects!
Until then, we’ve got your sneak peek of just a few of the special Ford vehicles that will be unveiled at the show. Check Ford Social daily the week of November 5 for more updates and cars from the SEMA Show!
Vortech Superchargers Yellow Jacket Mustang: Created by the team at Vortech Superchargers and Neil Tjin, it has been outfitted with a racer kit, a supercharger system that ups the ante to 605 horsepower, and a suspension and brake package.
Hollywood Hot Rods Ford Mustang GT: Among its neat features was a body re-think: The rear section was reshaped and a hand-formed aluminum lift-off roof was added. There are also side scoops, skits, and a diffuser, as well as other parts, fabricated in aluminum. A Ford Racing Whipple supercharger was just one of the performance upgrades bringing the V-8 to around 750 horsepower.
Nitto Tire Race Red Mustang GT: Not only do the Onyx Race Red paint and jet black stripes grab attention, but so does the body kit, performance grille, three-piece forged wheels and Nitto tires.
DRAGG Law Enforcement: This rally-themed Focus ST has law enforcement in mind, courtesy of the folks at Drag Racing Against Gangs & Graffiti. It’s a vehicle with a heart: helping youth focus on their future and avoid making decisions that could impact their lives negatively. On the law-enforcement front, there’s LED emergency lights and an interior rifle rack.
Full-Race Motorsports Street Machine: Adding a turbocharger and exhaust were among the parts added to this Fusion SE to net it 400 horses and 350 lb-fit of torque. It was also lowered via a body kit. And its staying ahead of the crowd with its cutting-edge tech, allowing the driver to do datalogging and have wireless Internet.
3dCarbon European Flavor: This 3dCarbon-themed car has European road touring design, with a body kit as the star. There’s also a sculpted airdam with splitter, aerodynamic side skirts and a lower diffuser accented with black trim.
Ice Nine Group Rally Racer: The rally race-ready Fiesta from Ice Nine Group has a carbon-fiber hood, fender flares, rear wing and other Ice Nine Group components. The ideas were brainstormed in collaboration with rally racing driver Tim O’Neil.
Blood & Grease Transit: This Transit transformation was the brainchild of Blood & Grease, which offers an automotive-inspired clothing line. It’s a subsidiary of The Aaron Vaccar Company, which makes upscale, retro Ts with an auto theme.