Ford Mustang Brings Full Stable of Cars to 2010 SEMA Show

Making a shining appearance in the car chase scene for the 1971 James Bond movie Diamonds are Forever, the Ford Mustang has since become an adored fixture in Las Vegas at the SEMA Show. For 2010, the Ford Motor Company’s monumental pony car will once again be a specticle.

Showing off 9 Mustangs customized to distinctive tastes, attendees at the 2010 SEMA Show is certain to find at least one design concept able to excite their personalities.

2011 Ford Mustang GT by Ford Vehicle Personalization

Built through one-stop shopping from the Ford Custom Accessories catalog, the Ford Vehicle Personalization model of the 2011 Ford Mustang GT “..a perfect fit for Mustang” by Mark Conforzi, chief designer of the division. Rear window louvers, a billet front grille and a rear pedestal spoiler are notable exterior touches. Covered with a custom tri-coat presented by paint company Shermin-Williams, secondary colouring of black, a fluorescent appearing red, and concept liquid silver accents are worn by this special Mustang GT.

2011 Ford Mustang by Team Baurtwell

Designed for rapper Snoop Dogg, Team Baurtwell partners with the popular skills of Funkmaster Flex in creating this lowered 2011 Mustang coupe. Team Baurtwell custom smoked taillights and 3dCarbon body modifications tops a tailored yet tasteful presentation. Large three-piece NC Forged billet wheels completes the look of Snopp Dogg’s Mustang given an even more dramatic effect by Steeda who manufactured suspension add-ons including a lowering kit, springs and sway bars.

2011 Ford Mustang by MRT

Projecting “..a tough street warrior theme..” according to Ford, the MRT (Mustang Racing Technologies) interpretation of the 2011 Mustang GT utilizes their company’s newest pony car parts and accessories. Wearing MRT’s red and black corporate colours, carbon components inside as well as outside is backed up by some race-like performance modifications. Chassis and handling upgrades including Baer braking plus a MRT stainless steel exhaust all come together for this modified Mustang.

 

2011 Ford Mustang by Creation n’ Chrome

A continuation on Ford’s desire to bring aware to breast cancer, Creation n’ Chrome combined with the American Cancer Society for this pretty in pink Mustang GT convertible. Sporting a 3dCarbon styling kit and HRE performance wheels on the outside, a Vortech supercharger provides a roaring spirit under the pink Mustang accented with white striping. This Mustang follows the 2008 and 2009 limited edition Susan G. Komen Foundation Warrior in Pink cars.

2011 Ford Mustang by Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords

Designed with the input of a leading periodical profiling the original pony car, this creation addresses the Mustang’s raw performance capabilities. The 5 liter V-8 engine is kicked up a notch by the extreme power boost of a Ford Racing Performance Parts supercharger and a Kooks Custom Header-supplied exhaust system. Channeling several 2011 Ford Mustang outfitters, Roush provides the front fascia, Cervini’s Auto Designs supplies the hood and American Muscle-sourced brakes, seats as well as suspension completes this street rod-themed pony car.

2011 Ford Mustang by Mobsteel

Using a V-6 engined as a basis, the Mobsteel version of Ford’s pony car explores more of a tuner theme than the other 2010 SEMA Show Mustang concepts. Presented with an Air Runner suspension system, a low-profile look is enhanced by Pirelli tires surrounding Savini Forged wheels. A remote mounted STS turbocharger system (located within the rear of the Ford Mustang) as well as a cat-back exhaust courtesy of Magnflow allows the V-6 engine to open up. Since STS advertises a 2005-2009 application Mustang turbocharger producing 530 horsepower, this Mobsteel Ford Mustang is guaranteed to gallop.

2011 Ford Mustang by Raceskinz

A producer of carbon fiber appearance pieces, Raceskinz’s treatment to the 2011 Ford Mustang GT is fitted for show and go. For Show, unique exterior black and red striping draped over the body heavily advanced by Raceskinz. Special bucket seats are now mounted inside of a two-seater interior thanks to the removal of the Mustang’s rear passenger seat.

For go, the Raceskinz Mustang scoured aftermarket performance parts companies for top-end components. A ProCharger intercooled supercharger, Magnaflow cat-back exhaust system and Baer brakes are all found alongside Raceskinz carbon fiber parts.

2011 Ford Mustang by Street Scene Equipment

The 2nd of two Mustang convertibles being featured in custom trim at the 2010 SEMA Show, the Street Scene Equipment design is said to combine “..style, performance and luxury all in one package” according to Ford. Highlighted by Street Scene’s body add-ons including chin spoiler, main grille and rear wing, MINT 20 inch wheels inside Yokahama tires extensively provides aggression for this drop-top. The cabin Katzkin leather and the Polk audio sound system upgrades wraps up the complete package this concept looks to achieve.

2011 Ford Mustang by Tjin Edition

Beyond the Unique Fabrication wing, Air Lift fully digital air suspension kit and the Eibach suspension pieces, the main initiate of the Tjin Edition Ford Mustang concept is mainly focused on lighting. At the front, LED headlights and fog lights presents a bright as well as efficient path for this custom-painted Dupont vehicle. Night time accent of StreetGlow lighting is also found on the Ford Mustang Tjin Edition. When night turns to day, a Webasto sunroof not only allows the interior to be illuminated but refreshes the inside of this custom Mustang.

Images and photo sources: Ford Motor Company

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