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Ford Fiesta & Taurus SHO previewed for SEMA

 Ford Fiesta & Taurus SHO previewed for SEMA
2013 Ford Fiesta by B-Spec Magazine 29.10.2012

Display will also include a Carroll Shelby tribute area

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.

Source: Ford

Ford Taurus SHO at SEMA

2013 Taurus SHO, 3.5L EcoBoost V6, Six-Speed SelectShift Automatic Transmission – Built by CGS Motorsports

Why it's cool: CGS Performance Products has wrapped this Taurus SHO, leaving it dressed to impress for a black-tie affair. The SHO is geared with CGS Performance Products and all the finest aftermarket components making it worthy to roll out on the red carpet.

 

Ford Fiesta at SEMA

2013 Fiesta, 1.6L, Five-Speed Manual Transmission – Built by B-Spec Magazine

Why it's cool: B-Spec Magazine built the 2013 Ford Fiesta to combine form and function. Whether parked at a car meet, or cruising the streets, this refined Fiesta will make heads turn. From the magnetic glow from the candy paint down to the audio system you can hear it and feel it.

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EhEmGee
I really wish Ford had something 4-door in its SHO line that was between the boy-racer Fiesta/Focus compacts and the geriatric Taurus. Bring us the Falcon!
Oct 29, 2012 12:05 pm
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AG4
I think the large Falcon more or less targets the same market. Too bad the Falcon is RHD only, the current RWD Falcon is expected to get its last upgrade soon, nothing has been finalized yet if the next gen Falcon will be merged with the next Taurus. PS: Wasn't there a rumor that the Fusion will gain a sporty model?
Oct 29, 2012 11:10 pm
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