Ford preps a wild stable of Mustangs for SEMA
15 Octobre 2016 - Autoblog
Ford continues to tease its SEMA lineup and is previewing at least six Mustangs and two Fusion Sports before the show. In regular SEMA fashion, a different aftermarket company has customized each of the vehicles, which range from lightly-modified examples to ones that are absolutely bonkers.
The Mustangs include: a tribute to soldiers with an 851-horsepower 2017 Mustang GT concept by VMP Performance, a Pearl Candy Orange 2017 Mustang with a bright paint job by Stitchcraft, an 825-horsepower missile based off the 2017 Mustang GT by Speedkore, a sport-touring inspired 2017 Mustang by MRT, a 2017 Mustang by CJ Pony Parts with a host of Ford Performance components, and a 1966 Shelby GT350 with a few modern touches by Revology Cars.
As far as the Mustangs go, Revology Cars' 1966 Shelby GT350 sticks out as our favorite. The classic muscle car gets a few modern touches including navigation, an electronic gauge cluster, and a new chassis. With grunt coming from a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, performance is covered.
In addition to the Mustangs, Ford also teased a few Fusion Sport sedans, including a Sport Ballistic concept with Kevlar parts by Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America and a lightly-modified 2017 Fusion Sport by Legacy Innovations.