Eight custom Ford Mustangs headed to 2015 SEMA Show

October 26, 2015

Ford will have a huge presence at the 2015 SEMA Show. It boasts of the biggest display area and has already announced modified F-150s, Edges and Explorers for the event. Now it has announced a batch of eight custom Ford Mustangs for the Las Vegas aftermarket extravaganza.

Bisimoto Mustang EcoBoost:

The Bisimoto Mustang EcoBoost it the most powerful Mustang to grace the show. Bisimoto has managed to extract a phenomenal 900 hp from the 2.3-litre EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The company has designed 14 new parts for the engine and chassis. The exterior receives an all-black paint scheme, Airdesign custom body kit, Fifteen52 Tarmac 19-inch wheels, Denmatic design scheme and Type2 Vinyl Werks vinyl.

The interior gets the addition of a Watson Racing roll cage, Momo racing seats, Gulstrand Engineering pro heavy duty race harness and Crow seat belts. The chassis modifications are KW Inox V3 coilover suspension, Progress Technology performance sway bar set and Bisimoto brake mounts.

Major modifications include Infinity 6 ECU from AEM, Bisimoto camshaft, Five O Motorsport 2200 cc fuel injectors, MagnaFuel 750 fuel pump, NGK Iridium spark plugs, Turbonetics BTX7668 turbo with internal wastegate and Godzilla blow-off valve alongwith Spearco intercooler among many others.

Motoroso Mustang GT:


This is another high-powered Ford Mustang that will make its presence felt at the show. Motoroso has fettled the 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine to produce 727 hp. This increase is attributed to a Roush phase 2 supercharger and Gibson exhaust. The car sits on Eibach Sportline spring kit and is reined in by Wilwood Aerolite brake system.

The body paintwork has been done by Wet Works Garage while Airdesign has provided the sporty bits such as the front bumper, side skirts, rear lower skirt, spoiler and hood scoop. The interior gets Roadwire custom leather seat cover, door panel inserts and center console cover as well as PIAA Terra LED evolution lighting. Sound is provided by Focal Audio System and other distinctive touches like SRP Racing pedals and Lloyd custom floor mats add to the appeal.

TS Design Mustang EcoBoost Convertible:


This convertible has been fitted with a custom widebody kit that allows for massive 13-inch wide tires at the rear. The wide posterior is not the only eye-catching feature, the convertible also comes with a striking dual-tone PPG Black and Race Red paint scheme that is complemented well by the Forgiato wheels in 21- and 22-inch sizes at the front and rear respectively.

Performance is increased by employing RaceTec Engineering intercooler, K&N air filter and a MagnaFlow cat-back exhaust. Handling is improved by a Steeda Autosports Stage 3 handling package that comes with adjustable rear toe links and front and rear sway bars. The cabin has been lavished with Roadwire custom seat covers and door panel inserts.

Mad Industries Mustang GT Convertible:

MAD Industries Mustang Convertible

Mad Industries has built a striking-looking convertible that stands out with its Black paint from BASF and Brilliant Blue contrasting graphics alongwith the MHT 21-inch blue forged wheels. More visual distinction is provided by the high-gloss carbon-fiber kit by Carbon 2. This kit brings in 50th Anniversary style front splitter, side skirts, hood vent covers, rear lower diffuser and GT350-style rear spoiler.

The cabin is designed with special attention to comfort. A combination of Miko suede and Trevino leather can be seen all over the cabin and specially on the steering wheel, door panel inserts, Sparco sport seats and other custom interior accents. The interior also gains PIAA Hyper Tera LED lighting, SRP Racing pedals, Lloyd custom floor mats, Enfotrace GPS tracking system and Focal Audio system.

This convertible offers blistering performance alongwith comfort. A twin-screw supercharger kit by Whipple Industries and Gibson exhaust takes maximum power to 725 hp. The chassis is fitted with Eibach Pro-R2 coilover kit with double adjustable performance handling package. Retardation duties are taken care of by Wilwood Aerolite brakes.

Ice Nine Mustang EcoBoost:


This Mustang takes inspiration by DTM Touring and the new Shelby GT350R. This Ford Mustang is a track weapon with 475 hp on tap. The body looks the part with an RTR Spec 5 widebody kit, BASF custom white and black paint, custom headlights, rear spoiler by Classic Design Concepts and HRE RTR Tech7 20-inch wheels.

The performance boost is obtained by a Garrett GTX3076R Turbo, Vortech Engineering front-mount charge cooler and blow-off valve, and Corsa Performance Prototype exhaust system. The chassis has been endowed with an Air Lift Performance air suspension kit.

On the inside, there are Recaro seats, GT350R steering wheel, Ford Performance rear seat delete and a Watson Racing bolt-in six-point roll cage.

Dragg Racing Mustang EcoBoost Interceptor:

Drag Racing Against Gangs & Graffiti (DRAGG)

This has to be the coolest exhibit among these custom Ford Mustangs. It’s a police interceptor that features custom red and blue lights, Velgen 20-inch wheels, Commercial auto body paint, and Air Design carbon fiber body kit and rear spoiler. The interior has custom seats by Commercial Auto Body, West Coast Lights and Siren police radio system, GoPro action cameras and interior lighting by American Muscle.

Performance is taken up a notch by the inclusion of the Vortech Engineering intercooler system, Borla cat-back exhaust and an Airaid intake. Stopping power is guaranteed by the presence of Wilwood brakes, while ride height can be adjusted through the Air Lift performance suspension by American Muscle. Just to give a heads up, this is a show car with no plans for active duty.

CGS Performance Ford Mustang Convertible:


Not as dramatic as the other concepts but still eye catching nonetheless. This convertible has an Axalta coating white paint with contrasting red stripes, TS Design custom widebody, AIR DESIGN USA rear spoiler and hood scoop, front spoiler by Extreme Dimensions and Kompression forged 21-inch wheels at the front and 22-inches at the rear.

Modifications raising performance are cat-back exhaust and cold air intake by CGS Performance and an intercooler by Whipple Superchargers. Handling is improved by a KW coil over suspension and front and rear sway bars by Steeda Autosports. Brembo six piston monoblock brakes clamping on 15-inch rotors provide plenty of stopping power.

The cabin is lavished with leather by Alea, the material covers the seats, center console, door panels, steering wheel, shift boot, emergency brake boot and instrument panel trim. Stepping away from leather, there is also Lloyd custom floor mats, seat belts by Seat Belt Planet and NAV-TV MyTouch F-CAM.

Bojix Design Mustang EcoBoost:


Bojix has tried to strike a balance between aggressive and tasteful with the Lamborghini Bianca Isis white and silver ingot paint having a triple stripe running from front to back comprising of yellow, grey and black colours. Subtle changes to the exterior include 4.5-inch carbon fiber exhaust tips, rocker extensions and spoiler by Carbon 2 Carbon. A distinct touch is also lent by the Rennen forged 20-inch wheels bearing a yellow spoke.

Stepping inside, one sees custom painted interior panels, dashboard and center console surfaces finished by Bojix Design. Recaro has provided the sports seats, Lloyd Mats have provided the custom mats with the sound system courtesy of Kicker. Ford Performance has been called upon to delete the rear seats and Ford Accessories have pitched in with illuminated door sills.

Beneath the skin, there is an intercooler, EFR turbo upgrade and intake by Full-Race Motorsports. The exhaust system has been designed by Bojix but installed by MagnaFlow. Performance around the bends is enhanced by a Cortex front and rear coilover suspension as well as Eibach front and rear sway bars. Brakes are supplied by Brembo with a 15-inch front and rear brake system alongwith a rear dual-caliper system.

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