Ford will have on display a barrage of hot hatchbacks when the doors open to SEMA 2016.

The new Ford Focus RS has been quite the talking point — for better or worse — since it was introduced to the general public earlier in the year. Adding another stop to the hype train, Ford will introduce a host of new Focus RS concepts at SEMA, along with a handful of other handsome hot hatches.

The first Focus RS concept will feature a grey finish with orange and black accents — but that’s just the beginning. With Velox Motorsports front and side splitters, and Finspeed F110 19-inch wheels, the concept will be able to put down all of the upgraded 450 horses to the ground.

The second Focus RS concept will feature an exterior upgrade courtesy of Roush Performance. The more aggressive fascia includes a new font splitter, vents, and revised headlights. The wheels are Roush’s own TrakPak lightweight forged setup, as is the lowered suspension. The final touches come in the form of a rear wing and exterior graphics.

Ford Hatchback Lineup SEMA
Ford Hatchback Lineup SEMA


Forgoing the typical tuner setup, the last of the three Focus RS concepts heads to SEMA with a more race-focused look. Stanceworks graphics and some exterior enhancements courtesy of Ford Europe assure this rally-bred Focus looks the part — and a new coilover suspension assures it drives the part as well.

Head down a trim to the Focus ST, and Ford dials up the flavor with two unique concepts. The first “street-tuned” Focus ST brings a subtle but handsome set of lines to Vegas. New ADV.1 wheels and a coilover suspension being the biggest upgrades. The second Focus ST is less subtle — aggressive Konig flow formed wheels and a black “hot rod” exterior finish define this unique hatch.

And for the final act, a Fiesta ST that looks ready to race. With a lowered suspension and double the power of the stock Fiesta ST, this concept was created by Dom Tucci Designs. All of these Ford hot hatches will be on display at SEMA beginning November 1.

Source: Ford

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