Ford unveiled two modified versions of its Flex crossover at this week’s SEMA Show, one designed by legendary hot rodder Chip Foose and another developed by hip hop legend and car aficionado Funkmaster Flex. Both customizers have taken a unique approach in customizing their vehicle, Foose focuses on what he sees in suburban styling, while Funkmaster uses an urban flavor to influence to his project.

Funkmaster’s vehicle features a two-tone paint scheme and is further enhanced by custom 3dCarbon accents including fender vents, upper and lower grilles and a rear upper spoiler. The all-black leather interior features Katzkin custom seat covers with alligator print inserts and stainless steel color stitching on the seats and interior trim. The vehicle sits on 22in NC Forged wheels and Cooper Zeon XST tires.

Riding on Foose Design 22-inch wheels and Eibach springs customized for a lower appearance, the Foose Flex exterior features a custom-mixed, tow-tone blue and cream pearl paint job. Inside, this color scheme continues with three-tone blue, gray and tan premium leather surfaces by Katzkin Leather.

The first Flex models will be hitting showrooms by the middle of next year so in the meantime enjoy all the pics in our gallery before.