Saturday, 22 October 2011

Ford Focus and Fiesta to be well represented at SEMA((Specialty Equipment Market Association) show 2011




With its rich 110-year motorsports history as a backdrop, Ford will spotlight tuner editions of the Focus and Fiesta at the upcoming 2011 SEMA Show. The central theme for Ford this year is the celebration of its 110-year racing history.

In fact, this will be the 2012 Ford Focus’ SEMA debut and to mark the occasion Ford will present seven customized cars that showcase the possibilities of both the hatch and sedan. Offering just about anything a customer could want to boost the performance and personalization of their cars, the Focus models have a wide variety of upgrades and enhancements.

"Fiesta is a natural fit for SEMA because it's a unique brand," said Lew Echlin, Ford Global Car Marketing manager. "One of the top three purchase reasons for the vehicle is that it fits the customer's personality. That's very rare. It's an emotional purchase, so owners want to personalize it, with a significant percentage of them even giving their car a name."

2012 Ford Focus by 3dCarbon
A standout style statement from 3dCarbon delivers a Focus that uses 3M satin wrap, smoked windows and race red accents to bring the car's more edgy side to life. 3dCarbon's body kit and Sticky Fingers racing stripes round out the exterior upgrades. On the functional side, a 3dCarbon upper roof spoiler, Eibach springs and Pirelli tires offer an aerodynamic and handling boost.

2012 Ford Focus by ROUSH Performance Products
This Stage 3 Focus by ROUSH Performance Products offers several powertrain upgrades including a ROUSH R900 TVS supercharger, ROUSH modified high-flow induction system and ROUSH dual-exit high- performance exhaust. Plenty of body additions differentiate this Focus, with ROUSH front fascia grille inserts, chin splitter and custom graphics. Sherwin-Williams custom matte paint and Ford Genuine Accessories roof spoiler also help it stand apart from the crowd.

Source : Ford

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