I think at this point it’s safe to say there’s an established blueprint used by many builders in the creation of a SEMA car. Start with a popular model, preferably something fast and sporty, then add a heady dose of visual flair to the exterior with plenty of custom touches. Under the hood, tune the powerplant to produce an absurd amount of output, then upgrade the chassis and handling to keep a grip on it all. Spruce up the interior with some premium materials, and voila – one SEMA car, ready for the show floor. That’s pretty much what SpeedKore Performance Group did with this 2017 Ford Mustang GT fastback, which boasts a composite body kit, blown V-8 motivation, and hide-heavy interior.