Besides the four custom Fusion models that will be shown at SEMA, Ford also plans on revealing these five custom Focus STs.

We already showed you the four custom Ford Fusion cars that the Blue Oval company will bring to the upcoming 2012 SEMA and now time has come to have a look at the five Focus STs that will be showcased.

The first one is the result of a partnership between Ford, M&J, Cosworth LLC and Ford Racing. They have managed to increase the output of the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine to 330 hp (246 kW), while the torque figure is also up by 20 percent. We also notice several carbon fiber accents, the ventilated hood, Cosworth wheels, a bigger rear wing and also a modified suspension.

The custom Focus ST created by the Galpin Team has a rally body kit, a methanol injection system, beefier brakes and coil over springs.

There’s also the one developed with the help of Tanner Foust which comes with a custom body kit, a fully adjustable front and rear suspension, various chassis and engine modifications, as well as a new set of alloys and tires.

We move on to Focus ST created by Steeda that rides on 19-inch alloy wheels with custom tires and benefits from a G-Trac suspension. It also looks more aggressive and promises to provide better handling and higher performances.

Bernal Auto Style has also created its own Focus ST that wears a two-tone black & orange paint, while the hood and the roof feature carbon fiber applications. Among the many upgrades we mention the sports suspension, a new body kit and larger brakes.

Gallery: Ford will bring five custom Focus STs to SEMA

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