Ford has announced plans to introduce a modified Fiesta and Taurus SHO at the SEMA Motor Show.
The Fiesta was built by B-Spec Magazine and was designed to "combine form and function." Full details haven't been released yet, but it has a two-tone exterior with a ground effects package, a lowered suspension and unique alloy wheels. There's also a bike rack and a premium audio system.
On the other hand, the CGS Motorsports Taurus SHO has a gloss black grille and carbon fiber appliqués on the hood, roof and tailgate. The tuner also installed a front lip spoiler, revised side skirts and five-spoke alloy wheels which are backed up by Baer brakes.
Ford also announced their 25,500 square foot display will include a Carroll Shelby tribute area and a "dream garage" which shows what the ultimate parking spot should look like.