Because small cars are more and more popular, Ford announced that this year’s 2010 SEMA Show the 2011 Ford Fiesta will take the center stage at its stand.
Ford will bring eight customized cars at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show this year, but the most interesting seems to be the model modified by Ford Racing Performance Parts which comes with an enlarged 2.3-liter engine (the standard car is powered by a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine) delivering an impressive 350 hp. But don’t worry, the other vehicles will by very very interesting.
You will see a Ford Fiesta customized by Ford Vehicle Personalization, which uses green accent colors on the wheels and grille to set off the unique car, which is equipped with a four-piece body kit.
The Fiesta modified by Universal Technical Institute offers a custom DuPont paint job and an Air Lift full digital suspension, as well as Status racing seat, Baer brakes and a new set of 18-inch wheels.
3dCarbon will come this year at the SEMA Show with the Euro Series Fiesta that makes a bold statement with race-inspired styling, which includes 3dCarbon racing stripes, window films and rear roof spoiler.
L&G Enterprises promises a digital Fiesta, which will show off circuit board-inspired graphics on the exterior. H&R Springs will bring you a several interior and exterior modifications, while Steeda Autosports will show you some serious handling and performance upgrades for enthusiasts.
Finally, the 2011 Ford Fiesta by FSWerks will show a complete line of high-performance parts.