Ford Mustangs announced for SEMA

2012 Ford Mustang by MRT Performance for SEMA - 31.10.2011
2012 Ford Mustang by MRT Performance for SEMA - 31.10.2011

Superchargers galore!

Ford has announced plans to introduce four Mustangs at the SEMA Motor Show.

The first model, by Forgiato Wheels, features matte silver paint, a wide body kit and 21/22-inch alloy wheels.  The car is also equipped with a Vortech supercharger to ensure "the performance matches up to the aggressive appearance."

Next up, the Creations n' Chrome Mustang has a carbon fiber hood, roof and trunk. Other goodies include a Vortech supercharger and a chromoly roll cage.

The MRT Performance Mustang is equipped with a ProCharger supercharger, an H&R coilover suspension and a sport exhaust system. It also has a custom hood, a unique paint job and Sparco seats.

Lastly, the H&R Springs Mustang has an Edelbrock supercharger, a Flowmaster exhaust and Pirelli P Zero tires. Unsurprisingly, the model is also equipped with an H&R adjustable suspension.

Check out the press release for additional information

Source: Ford

Ford Mustang at SEMA
Ford Mustang owners are known for their desire to stand apart from the crowd and Ford is showing off the possibilities for various statements customers can make with their Mustang at the SEMA show. Several Mustangs will display just how customizable the iconic pony car is.

"No customer wants their Mustang to be the same as their neighbor down the street," said Melvin Betancourt, Ford SEMA design manager. "Mustang comes equipped with a solid foundation of great design and performance, but people want to express themselves through accessories and upgrades. They can go as far as making it a track car, or using it as a style standout that's for touring."

In an effort to feed customization-hungry pony car enthusiasts, Ford recently launched the 2012 Mustang Customizer at www.ford.com/cars/mustang, a site offering an online experience that allows people to create their own virtual Mustangs, choosing colors and accessories to complement the design.

Project vehicles to be showcased at this year's SEMA show include:

2012 Ford Mustang by Forgiato Wheels
This Mustang GT offers a staggered wheel setup, with three-piece 21-inch front wheels and 22-inch rear wheels. A TS Designs wide body fabrication kit, 3dCarbon Boy Racer body kit and matte pearl silver PPG paint help set it apart from the rest. In addition, a Vortech supercharger ensures the performance matches up to the aggressive appearance.

2012 Ford Mustang by Creations n' Chrome
With Spectra Chrome Boy Racer Red spray-on paint and Autosport Dynamics carbon fiber hood, roof and trunk, this Mustang makes the ultimate style statement. It proves it can't be beat on the track with a Creations n' Chrome chromoly roll cage, HRE Performance 18-inch forged wheels and Vortech supercharger. A race-inspired custom interior rounds out the upgrades.

2012 Ford Mustang by MRT Performance
With performance and style in mind, the TKO Mustang by MRT Performance offers a complete package. A ProCharger supercharger, MRT stainless steel MaxFlow h-pipe and half-back exhaust system, and H&R coilover performance suspension deliver on performance. An MRT custom hood, MRT custom paint accents and Sparco race seats bring the race-ready style to life.

2012 Ford Mustang by H&R Springs
This Mustang GT offers superior performance with a Flowmaster stainless steel exhaust, Edelbrock E-Force supercharger and Pirelli P Zero front and rear tires. The chassis also receives an upgrade with an H&R Springs Coil RSS sport suspension, front and rear sway bars and Triple C camber adjustment bolts. The exterior features a Street Scene Equipment body kit and custom paint by Tri-Star Enterprise.

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Comments (6)

The Mustang is a great car but it needs redesign badly. It still looks good but we're sick of it.
Nov 1st, 2011 7:22am
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vilivo vilivo
I think Ford is actually hitting all the right notes with the Mustang, contrary to popular belief. When I was still a kid (farther back than I dare to admit), the Mustang was a really basic, not- so- great coupe, that you could buy in its most base form and the tune the hell out of it, without spending a fortune. Thats what made it a legend- all the tuned (factory performance parts and aftermarket parts) versions. Its what made the pony cars like the Mustang and Camaro what they are. I think its great that they encourage the customers to do the same with this one. Its what makes it a true Mustang, unlike the blasphemy that was the pony car market of the 90's.
Nov 1st, 2011 12:36am
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I'm surprised there's just 4 of these tuned Mustangs. Good, the less the better (unless there's one that been tuned with taste)
Oct 31st, 2011 11:56pm
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RichardHorton RichardHorton
Actually there were a few other Mustangs, even ones sponsored by Ford, that were displayed but. And two of these were "tastefully tuned", one in particular (at least not fully placarded with stickers). Unfortunately due to difficulties in the final phase of the build that led to uncertainty as to whether the car would even make it to SEMA, it was understandably not included in any of the pre-SEMA press and received little to none from its placement in the Ford Racing display. A lot of credit goes to those that contributed time and resources to the build
Nov 8th, 2011 7:30am
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a sema built has always been a rush job, I'm glad there are tuners that don't mind trying
Nov 10th, 2011 1:17am
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Stupid looking tuned Mustangs as usual.
Oct 31st, 2011 9:36pm
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