FORD went big at SEMA, unveiling an armada of 50 vehicles. Among these were seven modified Mustangs, including a convertible (above) enhanced by California-based design house MAD Industries. Elsewhere, Ford showed a Roush-tuned example inspired by the Boss 429 Mustang from 1970, and a Tucci Hot Rods twinturbo version capable of 200mph.
But it wasn’t only the Mustang that got a makeover, as Ford unveiled a collection of Focus models, too. Four versions of the hatchback were on display, including a track day-inspired Focus ST from Blood Type Racing, and a race-bred RS by Rally Innovations.