Ford reveals five custom Mustangs for SEMA Show
Do you like your Mustang in gray, purple, or gray and purple?
Ford has revealed five Mustangs it plans to show at the 2018 SEMA Show, the aftermarket and enthusiast showcase.
Some of the customizers Ford has partnered with are familiar names in the broader aftermarket scene. There's tuner Neil Tjin, for example, and the aftermarket arm of dealer chain Galpin Auto Sports. Then there's Ford specialists such as Pennsylvania-based CJ Pony, as well as Bojix Design and CGS Performance, both located in California.
The resulting Mustangs are nothing SEMA-goers haven't seen before. All the cars follow the same recipe: aggressive front splitters, some form of wide-body kit with exaggerated fenders, and a some form of gray, purple, or gray and purple paint job.
Of course, turbo and superchargers and larger brake calipers are de rigueur, as are wheels that are at least 20 inches in diameter. Many of the parts -- superchargers, springs and dampers, and exhausts -- are from the Ford Performance catalog.
While there's been no discussion of how much these parts enhance performance. The point is more of a showcase of possibilities. The 2018 SEMA Show opens October 18.