Ford Bringing Custom Focus ST, Fiesta ST Projects to SEMA

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Ford has released another set of preview images showcasing the custom Focus ST and Fiesta ST projects heading to the 2015 SEMA Show.

The American automaker will have a wide range of custom cars in Las Vegas this year including four Focus ST hatchbacks and a pair of Fiesta ST hatches. Taking on the Focus ST this year will be CJ Pony Parts, Rally Innovations, Cobb Tuning and FSWERKS. Modifying the pair of Fiesta STs will be Cinemotive Media and DSPORT Magazine.

Like all the previous projects Ford has previewed so far, each build varies in design and style, ranging from a street cruiser to rally racer. The Rally Innovations Focus ST might be the most aggressive of them all, sporting wider overfenders and a set of 19-inch Rays 57 Xtreme wheels to showcase the future of rally.

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As for the two Fiesta STs, Cinemotive Media went the route of creating a capable support vehicle lowered on BC Racing BR Type coilovers while a staggered set of 17-inch ADV.1 ADV5 Track Spec wheels have been paired to Falken RT-615K rubber. Exterior modifications come from Fifteen52 while Cobb Tuning contributed with performance upgrades.

Lastly, the DSPORT Ford Fiesta ST looks to create some major horsepower with a Full-Race Motorsports turbo upgrade. The car has been prepped to compete in the Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car class however, so it’s restricted to 300 hp but is capable of much more. Volk Racing TE37V wheels outfit each corner while KW two-way adjustable coilovers give it the stance it needs.

AutoGuide.com will be sure to check out everything Ford has to offer at the 2015 SEMA Show, so check back next week as we will be reporting live from the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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