Ford is definitely bringing the good stuff to SEMA
This year's SEMA looks promising and Ford, as one of the household names, is definitely packing some interesting stuff. There's the usually array of SUVs and trucks, including a trio of F150s, and, you're going to love this, a couple of custom Mustangs.
Let's start with the GT. It's painted in gorgeous two-tone blue and black, and it has been tuned by California Pony Cars. Under the hood, you'll find a 5 L supercharged V8 with a Borla exhaust system, 21-inch wheels with 15-inch front brakes and 13-inch rear brakes and custom suspension. In addition to that, there's a new aero kit, new Recaro leather seats for the interior and carbon fibre trim.
There's also another Mustang, an EcoBoost convertible modified by the lovely people at Goodguys Rod & Custom Association. The brakes are new, made by Brembo, and so are the 20-inch forged wheels. The body has been painted with an endearing combination of red, black, and gold.
Obviously, Ford is taking a few different trucks to the show, including the red F-150 Lariat Sport Crew you see in the header, along with the F-150 XLT SuperCrew FX4by J Robert Marketing and Attitude Performance. This particular F-150 XLT has been tuned in partnership with Black Rifle Coffee Company and Kryptek Outdoor Group, and it includes new suspension, a new Borla exhaust system, new fenders and winches, an onboard fridge ('cause you never know, right?), leather interior by Katzkin and 20-inch wheels.
So if you happen to be in Vegas these days, you might wanna check out SEMA (Speed Equipment Manufacturing Association Show), because it's worth it.