If that Ford Focus or Fiesta sitting in your driveway is starting to look boring, you’re in luck: Ford is taking 10 Focus and Fiesta models, all heavily customized, to this year’s Special Equipment Manufacturer’s Association show in Las Vegas. Modifications may range from mild to…well, wild. Really, really wild.
Ford will show seven Focuses at this year’s show: first is the Focus by 3dCarbon, which employs a satin vinyl wrap, tinted windows, and red accent stripes, as well as a new roof spoiler, Pirelli tires, and Eibach springs. The revisions are a little crazier on the ID Agency Focus, which incorporates Recaro Sportster seats, a Top Stitch interior, a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust, and aBrembo big brake kit, and is topped with a deep green paint job and black aluminum wheels. Steeda aims to tune its Focus with a cold-air intake, Steeda lowering springs, a rear swaybar, 19-inch wheels with Nitto performance tires, and a two-tone red and black paint job. Bojix Design, in the meantime, styled its Focus with an upper roof spoiler, 20-inch wheels, a Bojix body kit, and an Alcantara interior.
Want more power? Go for the COBB Tuning Focus, which ads a custom turbo kit with intercooler, intake, and exhaust manifold. The chassis gets big brakes courtesy of StopTech and Eibachcoilovers. Or you could go to tuning house ROUSH, which strapped a Roush R900 TVS supercharger to the engine, added a high-flow induction system and dual exhaust, and finished it off with custom matte Sherwin-Williams and a roof spoiler.
For fans of the Focus sedan, Ford will show one of those as well: Capaldi Racing tricked out its Focus, which receives a Borla cat-back exhaust system, a Torsen limited-slip differential, a custom air intake ,new sway bars, and an AST sportsprings. The car also receivesVisteon HID/LED headlamps, a silver two-tone paint job, and orange trim and wheels.
For Fiesta fans, M2-Motoring has added a bright purple paint job and a few carbon fiber pieces to its 2011 Ford Fiesta, along with an Injen cold-air intake and DC Sports cat-back exhaust underneath. Gold Coast Automotive decided to make the Fiesta SE hatchback quicker by fitting a Jackson Racing supercharger and intercooler, a Wilwood big brake kit, and a 3dCarbon body kit with an APR rear wing. Finally, Aaron Vaccartricked out a Fiesta with a Weapon-R air intake, a Wilwood big brake kit, and 17-inch wheels, along a BASF custom matte silver exterior paint job on anda red leather interior.
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