The Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Concept wasn’t the only car at SEMA bearing the Hot Wheels brand. Turns out, Chevy’s biggest rival, Ford, also had one in attendance, on a Ford Fiesta.

As far as the latter is concerned, the hatchback comes with edgy exterior graphics from Original Wraps with the Hot Wheels logo emblazoned on the sides of the car. It also has a new rear hatch spoiler, printed headliner technology from Freudenber Vitech, an aggressive Ford Racing suspension, and a new set of 18" custom-painted Motegi Racing wheels wrapped around Goodyear Eagle F1 Ultra Performance Low Profile tires. Meanwhile, the interior of the Team Hot Wheels Ford Fiesta boasts of a comprehensive, factory-available, two-tone interior package from Ford’s Custom Accessories division and a new short-throw shifter courtesy of Ford Racing.

The elaborate graphics design on the car alone was enough to catch our attention, but we also found out that nearly all of the styling components and functional accessories on this car are available from Ford Custom Accessories, Ford Licensed Accessories, or Ford Racing Performance Parts. That leads us to think that maybe we can dress up our own little Fiestas using this smoking hot Fiesta Hot Wheels racer as inspiration.

UPDATE 11/07/2011: We have added live images from the 2011 SEMA Show. Check them out in the picture gallery!

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  (858) posted on 12.20.2011

Artistic indeed and it also gives me an idea that this vehicle is for summer only. smiley Anyway, I think it will look more decent and appealing if it was on a simple style and design and of course on an awesome engine.

  (714) posted on 11.18.2011

This Ford Fiesta is so artistic on its graphic design, and it is really looking very cool with that! Anyway, if I’m not mistaken this one is a hatchback only, well I hope that they will use an impressive for this.

  (382) posted on 11.14.2011

Yeah! It also didn’t look so nasty on me! Well, I think you should know how to appreciate the art, guys! smiley Anyway, I just only hope that they will use an impressive engine for it.

  (526) posted on 11.10.2011

Unlike you guys, I didn’t find it too nasty on its graphic design, instead it looks so artistic, which only adds more admiration that I feel on it. Anyway, what’s the engine specification of this one?

  (428) posted on 11.9.2011

Sorry to say, but for me, it looks too nasty on its graphic design and for the fact that it is a race car, I am really expecting it to also have an impressive engine specification.

  (374) posted on 11.9.2011

Well, it doesn’t really matter if most of its accessories are also on the other car, the important is it can offer a better engine specification that the other car won’t have.

  (231) posted on 11.3.2011

The design of this Fiesta is absolutely looking so cool! smiley Unlike you, I find very artistic, which only adds more appeal for this hatchback. Anyway, I am hoping that they add some interesting features on it.

  (762) posted on 11.3.2011

This new model of Ford Fiesta is absolutely looking so hot on its design, but I also find it kind of nasty because on that. Anyway, I hope that the engine specification if it is good enough for it.

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