2012 Ford Mustang by Creations n' Chrome
Now Ford is finally giving us a taste of some of the customized muscle cars it has planned for the 2011 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show taking place in Las Vegas next week.
The Blue Oval has four very special 2012 Ford Mustangs that it plans to unveil at SEMA, offering customers a look at the various options available for the modern day pony car--both from Ford and the aftermarket segment.
Pictured above is the 2012 Ford Mustang by Creations n' Chrome, a beastly car finished in Spectra Chrome Boy Racer Red and featuring an Autosport Dynamics carbon fiber hood, roof and trunk. Designed specifically for the track, the custom Mustang also sports a chromoly roll-cage, 18-inch forged alloy wheels from HRE, and a Vortech supercharger.
Another interesting Mustang is the 2012 Ford Mustang GT created by Forgiato Wheels. This one gets a staggered wheel setup, with three-piece 21-inch front wheels and 22-inch rear wheels. A TS Designs wide body fabrication kit, 3DCarbon Boy Racer bodykit and matte pearl silver PPG paint help set it apart from the rest of the pack. In addition, a Vortech supercharger for the car’s 5.0-liter V-8 should ensure the performance matches up to the aggressive appearance.
Ford has also called on the guys at MRT Performance to build a custom Mustang for SEMA. With performance and style in mind, the TKO Mustang by MRT Performance comes with a ProCharger supercharger, stainless steel exhaust from MaxFlow and H&R coilovers for improved handling. An MRT custom hood, MRT custom paint accents and Sparco race seats complete the look.
Finally, we have the 2012 Ford Mustang by H&R Springs. A high-flow exhaust, Edelbrock E-Force supercharger, and Pirelli P Zero tires make up most of the mods, though the guys from H&R have also added their own custom sport suspension setup with new coilovers, sway bars, and Triple C camber adjustment bolts.
Look out for the cars’ respective debuts next week at the 2011 SEMA show, full coverage of which you can view by clicking here.