We’re a little less than two weeks away from this year’s edition of the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, which means it’s time for major carmakers to begin teasing their bespoke creations.
Ford promises to have a little something for everyone at the show, from “mild to wild” and “old to new” though the company will pay a whole lot of attention to its compacr Fiesta and Focus models.
There will be seven Ford-sanctioned Focus hatchback and Sedan models customized by 3dCarbon, ROUSH Performance Products, The ID Agency, Capaldi Racing, Steeda, Bojix Design, and COBB Tuning. All of these cars will boast a variety of performance and styling modifications.
“Millennials, which this car is all about, want to personalize every aspect of their lives – everything from laptop covers to body art, and even cars,” said Mike Murphy, Ford C-Car Marketing manager. “Being unique allows them to stand apart and be different, and all the Focus models we have on display at SEMA live up to that standard.”
The sub-compact Fiesta will be represented in SEMA by three customized models developed by M2-Motoring, Gold Coast Automotive, and Aaron Vaccar.
Over the next week, Ford will also release details on its other SEMA models and debuts including an all-new 363-cubic-inch Ford Racing stroker engine and a Ford licensed restoration part, which the company says is “sure to delight fans of the classic 1964-66 Mustang”.