Ford is preparing to unleash no less than six extensively modified Mustangs at SEMA 2016 early next week.
The first customized sixth-gen Mustang bound for SEMA comes thanks to VMP Performance. Based around the Mustang GT fastback, it has been fitted with a 2.3-liter TVS supercharger which thanks to a number of additional upgrades, boosts power to 851 hp and 703 lb-ft of torque.
The car also includes a set of three-way adjustable coilovers from Roush, Ford Performance Brembo brakes, aftermarket wheels, Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires, a military-inspired paint scheme and livery and numerous special interior parts, including the steering wheel from a Mustang GT350R.
Also built specially for SEMA is a Pearl Candy Orange Mustang convertible that includes an AFE intercooler, nitrous oxide system, airbag suspension, Wilwood brakes, Forgeline wheels, a rollover bar, body kit, orange dashboard and orange contrasting stitching elsewhere throughout the interior.
Next up is a 2017 Mustang GT fastback courtesy of Speedkore Performance Group. The car boasts a Whipple Stage 2 supercharger resulting in 825 hp. There’s also a set of coilovers and sway bars from Eibach, HRE wheels, a carbon fiber body kit, leather seating and leather upholstery from Gabe’s Custom interiors.