For those of you who are not in-the-know, SEMA is the Holy Grail of all things modified. Hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts from around the globe flock to Las Vegas every year in search of the latest and greatest trends in the realm of aftermarket modification. Taking center stage this year at the Ford Motor showcase, will be the compact and adorable Fiesta .
Being cute and adorable also means it’s a favorite to modify and is the perfect platform for customers and aftermarket companies looking to express themselves in a fun, unique way. Owners have already begun customizing their Fiestas with graphics and accessories available through Ford , and SEMA takes that customization to the next level. Various Tuners have been working their magic on the little runabout for the past few weeks and will be unveiling them at this year’s SEMA show during November 2nd-5th.
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Customization is something already familiar to US Fiesta owners. Ford Custom Accessories offers almost anything an owner would need to put a creative touch on Fiesta or give the car even more functionality. Accessory options include exterior or interior design items such as an illuminated gear indicator shift knob and rear spoiler and even a kayak carrier to haul outdoor gear. Customers also can order a body-side tattoo, or choose from one of 18 available graphics to put their own mark on their Fiesta. You can bet your bottom dollar that these guys didn’t stop there! Check out renditions of all 8 Project cars below.
2011 Ford Fiesta by Ford Racing
Ford Racing Performance Parts is putting its own spin on a Fiesta at SEMA, outfitting a concept Fiesta in a way that is sure to get the hearts of high-performance enthusiasts pumping. The Fiesta will have a production-based 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine, enlarged to 2.3 liters to churn out a skull-bashing 350 horsepower.
“The goal of our 350-horsepower Fiesta is really twofold – first to reinforce Fiesta’s fun-to-drive nature with an extreme version that captures the attention of the influential enthusiast, and second, to introduce the Ford Racing/EcoBoost connection in a way that’s unexpected and outrageous,” said Mickey Matus, Ford Racing Performance group marketing manager."
Enlarged EcoBoost engine churns out a skull-bashing 350 horsepower
The car comes equipped with several Ford Racing Performance Parts options that are currently available. A short-throw shifter offers more precise shifting, while a Ford Racing exhaust gives off a deeper, throatier exhaust note. Also available are 17-inch wheels that are cast-aluminum and painted in charcoal gray.
To cope with the extra power, the car features Brembo brakes that offer the ultimate in stopping ability, and Ohlins dual-flow dampers that deliver comfort and agility. Ford Racing’s Fiesta will arrive in all-blue, pristine condition, and will be painted by a renowned artist during the show to benefit charity.
2011 Ford Fiesta by Ford Vehicle Personalization
The Ford Vehicle Personalization Fiesta uses green accent colors on the wheels and grille to set off the unique car, which is equipped with a four-piece body kit. A new interior package debuts, featuring white-and-black seating surfaces, door trim inserts, steering wheel, and interior components. It also comes with a newly developed side graphic – an evolution of the tattoo graphic that is currently available.
2011 Ford Fiesta by Universal Technical Institute
This unique Fiesta from Universal Technical Institute offers a custom DuPont paint job and an Air Lift full digital suspension. A custom roll cage and Status racing seats make it track-ready, while Baer brakes, 18-inch wheels, and tires provide upgraded performance.
2011 Ford Fiesta by 3dCarbon
The 3dCarbon’s Euro Series Fiesta makes a bold statement with race-inspired styling, which includes 3dCarbon racing stripes, window films, and a rear roof spoiler. A four-piece body kit consists of an aggressively sculpted front air dam, aerodynamic side skirts, and a rear lower skirt accented with black trim.
2011 Ford Fiesta by L&G Enterprises
L&G Enterprises has created the digital Fiesta, which shows off circuit board-inspired graphics on the exterior. Complete with a lowered and more aggressive stance, the Fiesta also has a new exhaust and air intake. Inside are carbon fiber accents, highlighting a sleek black interior with integrated iPad command center.
2011 Ford Fiesta by H&R Springs
This Fiesta by H&R Springs makes a style statement and demonstrates the versatility of Fiesta with several interior and exterior modifications. A color-matched body kit and large rear wing, along with European hood vents offer style and functional benefits. A graphics wrap around the car shows off a high-tech look, playing on the nature of the Fiesta.
2011 Ford Fiesta by Steeda Autosports
Steeda Autosports is putting a Fiesta on display that has serious handling and performance upgrades for enthusiasts. A short-throw shifter and cold air intake developed by Steeda up the performance level. Additionally, tuned front and rear lowering sport springs, retuned dampers, antiroll bars and a front strut tower brace provide what enthusiasts are looking for in a high-performance car.
2011 Ford Fiesta by FSWerks
FSWerks is showing its appreciation for the all-new Fiesta with a complete line of high-performance parts. Features on the SEMA vehicle include FSWerks-developed cool flow air intake system and race exhaust, along with stress bars. Other modifications include a body kit, Continental ExtremeContact™ DW tires and Aristo Noble two-piece wheels.