Ford Motor Co. revealed several custom-made Fiestas at the 2010 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show. Ford also has on display a wide range of Ford Custom Accessories to update the interior and exterior. Choices of accessories include an illuminated gear indicator shift knob and rear spoiler, as well as a kayak carrier to haul outdoor gear.
There are 18 graphics to choose from. In addition, Ford Racing Performance displayed a tuned Fiesta offering 350hp from a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine that has been expanded to 2.3-litres.
Furthermore, the car is equipped with Brembo brakes, Ohlins dual-flow valve dampers, a short-throw shifter, custom exhaust and 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels painted in charcoal grey. Ford Racing’s Fiesta has been painted all-blue by a prominent artist. This car will be offered in an auction to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund (JDRF).
De La Garza shared that the Fiesta can indeed be accessorized with the canvas being altered in different ways in order to meet the preferences of various customers. De La Garza added that SEMA is a good opportunity for the company since it is able to exhibit unique designs that the other companies have made.
This is not only about Ford but also different companies giving their own interpretation to the Fiesta and showcasing their own style to the launch of the Fiesta, De La Garza revealed.
Many owners of the Fiesta are already familiar with customization and the Ford Custom Accessories would be able to give them what they need to give the Fiesta their own creative touch or even improve the functionality.
Some of the accessory options include interior and exterior design items like the illuminated gear indicator shift knob and the rear spoiler. It also has a kayak carrier to allow the hauling of any outdoor gear.
For interested customers, a body-side tattoo can be ordered. Customers can also choose from 18 available graphics that they want on their own Fiesta. What makes small cars unique is that owners will always want to put in modifications on its interior, exterior or even its performance parts, De La Garza shared.