Ford has announced there will be eight different Fiestas at the SEMA Motor Show. Details inside
Ford has announced there will be eight different Fiestas at this year's SEMA Motor Show.
The Ford Racing Performance Parts Fiesta features an aggressive body kit, Brembo brakes, 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels, and a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine with 350 hp (261 kW / 355 PS).
If that doesn't suit your tastes, the Ford Vehicle Personalization variant has a four-piece body kit, green exterior accents and a white / black interior.
Automotive school Universal Technical Institute (UTI) will also display a vehicle with a custom DuPont paint job, an Air Lift suspension, Baer brakes and 18-inch wheels. Inside, the concept boasts Status racing seats and a roll cage.
On the other hand, 3dCarbon's Euro Series Fiesta boasts an aggressive body kit which consists of new bumpers and aerodynamic side skirts. Other goodies include racing stripes, tinted windows and a roof-mounted spoiler.
L&G Enterprises goes for a high-tech appearance with "circuit board-inspired" exterior graphics, a lowered suspension, and a new exhaust. Interior highlights include carbon fiber trim and an integrated iPad command center.
The H&R Springs Fiesta has a color-matched body kit, hood vents and a full graphics wrap.
In the Steeda Autosports Fiesta, engineers installed a sport suspension (with new springs, retuned dampers, beefier anti-roll bars, and a front strut tower brace), a short-throw shifter and a cold air intake.
Lastly, the FSWerks model has a body kit and Aristo Noble two-piece wheels with Continental ExtremeContact DW tires. Performance tweaks include a cold air intake, a race exhaust, and new stress bars.