Ford pulled the wraps off its selection of customized Fiesta ST hot hatches today at the 2013 SEMA Show.
Ice Nine Group modified one of the little turbo hatches into a rally racer. It features several custom carbon fiber pieces and benefits from a roll cage and yellow tinted lights built into the grille. A custom vinyl wrap, special window tinting and 17-inch wheels help complete the package. It also sports the most mechanical modifications the the Fiesta STs mentioned here. Changes include a Banks Power straight shot water-methanol injection system and a Greddy blowoff valve. Of course, it also gets predictable modifications for a turbocharged vehicle like a cold air intake, intercooler, a turbo downpipe and a cat-back exhaust.
Wearing a red and black color scheme, 19-inch wheels with matching paint and black streaks reminiscent of the Boss 302 Mustang. 3dCarbon is responsible for the build and says it gives “European flavor without losing American roots.”
Forza fans might recognize the next car. That’s because MRT built it to look like the Forza Motorsport Fiesta ST featured in the next installment of the game for the new Xbox One. Aside from the obvious aesthetic modifications, the car also gets an oil catch can system, new exhaust, a new air intake system, rear mounted motor, front mount intercooler and more. Handling improvements come from a coilover suspension and improved brakes.
Finally, COBB Tuning and Tanner Foust Racing are contributing a Fiesta ST meant as a tribute to the military. It gets a new stereo system, digital camouflage paint and custom powertrain modifications including a cold air intake and revised exhaust. Other mechanical modifications include a three-inch cat-back stainless steel exhaust and high-flow catted downpipe of the same diameter, a coilover suspension, sway bar and big brake kit.
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