If you want to know some of what Ford will bring to SEMA, you’re in the right place; here are five of them, consisting of Mustangs and F-150s.
Ford believes that SEMA wouldn’t be complete without some Mustangs and F-150s for the folks at the show to feast their eyes on. The automaker is positive that these vehicles from their “builder partners” will win the hearts of fans.
The first Mustang you see above is built by California Pony Cars based on the 2019 Mustang GT. Coming as a performance car, its 5.0-liter V8 engine has been complemented by a Ford Performance supercharger. It also has a back-paint exhaust with black chrome tips.
In terms of appearance, it’s made to look aggressive with lowered springs and 21-inch wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxes T1R tires. The wheels are equipped with Baer EradiSpeed rotors measuring 15 inches at the front and 13 inches at the back.
The aerodynamic body kit used by the vehicle features extended side skirts, a front splitter, and a rear wing. The grille has been revamped; the Mustang also sports extended wheel arches and a ram air hood.
On the inside, the update includes the addition of a carbon fiber center console, an 11.8-inch LinksWell GEN II touchscreen infotainment display, a 1,500-watt Kicker sound system with a 12-inch subwoofer, and Recaro leather seats.
The second model is a convertible Mustang built by Goodguys Rod & Custom Association. Its base car is a 2020 Mustang EcoBoost, upgraded with a high grunt 2.3-liter four-cylinder mill that is coupled with a ten-speed automatic transmission.
Like the first Mustang, this cool machine is all about performance, boasting a rear diffuser, side scoops, and a custom tri-coating paint job. Ford Performance lowering springs can also be found on this model, in addition to 20-inch wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport tires and Brembo brakes.
Other highlights include custom upholstery, a carbon roll cage, and a premium floor liner sourced from Ford Accessories.
Now we will start talking about the trucks, starting from this crew cab one that is equipped with a number of new parts to increase its performance. Features include a suspension lift kits to increase the vehicle’s ground clearance and improve its break-over angle.
It also has 22-inch Ford Performance wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3 tires, Rigid LED lights, a Ford Performance cat-back exhaust, and custom exterior graphics. The model gets its power from a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine.
The second F-150 is designed to be an off-roader by Drag Racing Against Gangs & Graffiti (DRAGG). The Desert Defender – that’s how they call it – comes with 20-inch Fifteen52 wheels coupled with BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires, a 6-inch lift kit, and Fox shocks.
The Ford pickup also sports side steps, a chase rack, and a custom wrap. Other features include auxiliary lights, a spare tire rack, Bushwhacker fender flares, and Addictive Desert Design bumpers.
Backing its performance is a 5.0-liter V8 engine equipped with a Ford Performance supercharger, a cat-back exhaust, and a cold-air intake. Helping the car handle its power are high-performance Wilwood brakes.
The last F-150 as well as the last Ford in this post is this wild-looking truck made for the Black Rifle Coffee Company. It rides on 20-inch wheels wrapped in Interco SS M-16 tires, and has Fox 2.5 remote reservoir coilovers and a 6-inch lift kit.
The vehicle sports fender flares, bumpers, and a winch sourced from Warn Industries. Auxiliary lights can also be found there, as well as a bed cap and a roof rack. The interior is customized with Katzkin leather seats, an Indel B refrigerator, and a Rockford Fosgate sound system. Last but not least, the F-150’s camouflage exterior graphics are what make it look like some kind of war car.