About a month ago, Ford partnered with the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) for a special contest that featured three 2013 Mustang GTs being designed by the SBN. The winning design will then be built by Ford to be shown at SEMA later this year where it will be auctioned off for the benefit of the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Fan voting for the contest was done from May 23 - June 3, 2012, and now it appears we have a winner. The "High Gear" Mustang was selected as the victor in the first SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women competition. The car, which was designed by model Jennifer Seely, was inspired by items that models are very familiar with: jewelry, couture clothing, and architecture.
The High Gear Mustang was dressed in a Satin Black finish and gets a number of exterior additions, particularly the ventilated hood and the rose-gold chrome accents. In addition, Seely designed the muscle car’s interior with suede seats and a leather-wrapped dashboard to go with a high-end audio system.
The High Gear Mustang concept will be built at the SIM Headquarters in El Segundo, California before making its debut at the SEMA Motor Show.