Highlights will include the Ford Transit Connect, Fiesta ST, Mustang and more.
Ford has announced no less than 57 show cars to be unveiled next month at the SEMA show is Las Vegas. Taking center stage at Ford's showcase area will be 10 Transit Connect wagons and cargo vans modified by various tuning shops in a display the automaker has dubbed "Vandemonium."
In addition, the Blue Oval will be highlighting popular models such as Fiesta, Focus, Fusion Mustang, F-150 and Super Duty. However, with SEMA being SEMA, it is expected there will also be a good number of customized classics and hot rods sprinkled into the mix.
Featured show cars will also include a bevy of 2014 Fiesta STs aimed at the tuner market. Among them, an example modified by sport compact specialists Cobb Tuning and drifter-cum-Top Gear USA host Tanner Foust, a Boss Mustang-inspired creation by 3dCarbon, and a customized work in conjunction with Forza Motorsport 5. Ford will also give showgoers a chance to play the upcoming video game before its official release on November 22.
Modified 2014 Mustangs thus far include the supercharged "Yellow Jacket" built in conjunction with Vortech, a supercar-inspired build using a Banks Straight-Shot Water-Methanol injection system good for 750hp, and the "Mustang Flame" with partner Nitto Tires.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association show takes place annually during the first week of November and showcases vehicles and aftermarket parts for the enthusiast market.