Ford has six concepts for SEMA hatchbacks

 

Ford is throwing the house out the window with all the concepts that will be showing at SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Last week we saw the concepts of the F-150 and Mustang and now we are getting to know the hatchbacks, as presented concepts Performance Ford Fiesta ST, Focus ST two and three Focus RS

First we have a Focus RS with 450 horsepower and is equipped with 2.3-liter twin-turbo engine and turbocharger EFR. The aerodynamic front and side splitters Velox Motorsports along with the colors Grey and Orange Fire Stealth help transform and increase the temperature of this hatchback.
Roush Performance Focus RS makes this concept with blue and red finishes look like a murderer tire. It has 500 horsepower thanks to a block with a calibration Performance Ford Roush Performance and an improved cooling system. The front splitter, rear spoiler, exhaust heat, lighting the grill, side mirrors and custom paint finishes complement different package.
This Ford Focus ST 2016 was completed with BASF paint Hot Rod Black, made exclusively by Canfield Collision & Custom. Wheel rims thanks to handmade red with graphic “Blood and Grease”. The 2.0 liter four-cylinder “EcoBeast” was updated with an air intake system Mishimoto, an exhaust system Flowmaster American Thunder, as well as a custom tuning.

 

This is another Ford EcoBoost Focus ST with a manual six-speed transmission Garage Cinemotive that is well equipped, but lacks those ends outside finishes that are used to seeing on the concepts of SEMA. Some hidden details include an update MR300 Performance, a front intercooler, induction kit high flow and a suspension BR Racing Series.

 

This is another Ford EcoBoost Focus ST with a manual six-speed transmission Garage Cinemotive that is well equipped, but lacks those ends outside finishes that are used to seeing on the concepts of SEMA. Some hidden details include an update MR300 Performance, a front intercooler, induction kit high flow and a suspension BR Racing Series.

 

And finally, not every day we get excited when we see a Ford Fiesta ST 2016 with 1.6 – liter EcoBoost engine, but the concept made by Dom Tucci Design could be the one looks better than everyone. This small compact runs on the track and in the city and is mated to a six-speed manual transmission. It seems that it is very fun to drive thanks to its turbo Full-Race package, custom exhaust system with Borla muffler and a limited slip differential.

The SEMA Show will be held from November 1-4 Convention Center Las Vegas. Stay tuned for details.

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