Ford has unveiled two more Mustangs which will be display at SEMA. They include the Full-Race Motorsports Mustang and Classic Design Customs Mustang Outlaw.

Ford has unveiled two more Mustangs which will be display at SEMA.

First up, the Full-Race Motorsports Mustang was designed to compete in SCCA events and time attack challenges. As a result, it has been equipped with a number of performance parts including a coilover suspension, adjustable dampers and a limited-slip differential. The car also has Brembo brakes, adjustable anti-roll bars, FIA-approved racing seats and a carbon front splitter - among other things.

Power is provided by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine which has been equipped a "FreakoBoost" performance package that includes a new intake, exhaust manifold, turbo downpipe, intercooler, oil cooler and cat-back exhaust system. The engine also has a larger twin-scroll BorgWarner turbocharger which helps it produce an estimated 500 bhp (373 kW) and 450 lb-ft (609 Nm) of torque - an increase of 190 bhp (141 kW) and 230 lb-ft (311 Nm).

Moving on, Classic Design Customs will unveil their Mustang Outlaw which is based on the Mustang GT Convertible. It features a front lip spoiler, a revised grille and 20-inch alloy wheels. The car also has Steeda shocks and springs as well as Wilwood brakes.

Under the hood, the 5.0-liter V8 engine has been equipped with a Ford Racing supercharger which enables it to produce approximately 625 bhp (466 kW).

Gallery: Ford Mustang EcoBoost tuned to 500 bhp for SEMA