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 |  Jun 05 2012, 1:02 PM

Voting is closed for the SEMA Mustang Powered by Women, which will appear late this October in Las Vegas. The project aims to increase awareness about women working in the automotive field by offering up an example of what they can do. 

At it’s outset, there were three concept designs anyone could vote on, but it’s now been narrowed down to one. None of the designs were anything the AutoGuide editorial staff would want to drive, but at least they’re unique. The design is called the ”High Gear” concept designed by Jennifer Seely of Ford Motor Co.

A partnership between SEMA and Ford, the car will feature a satin black body with slight body modifications and the light pink wheels seen above. Once this year’s SEMA show concludes, the “High Gear” Mustang will be auctioned to raise money for the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.

  • CMG

    The wheels will be a “rose gold” color not pink…