Ford Fiesta: sporty SEMA concepts previewed

Five aftermarket specialists have tuned four Ford Fiesta STs and one standard hatchback ahead of next month's SEMA show in Las Vegas.
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Cobb Tuning and Tanner Foust Racing used digital camouflage paint on their ST in support of the Pat Tillman Foundation for US Military personnel.

It also boasts a carbonfibre bonnet and new wheels with orange lips, which round out the exterior. There’s a new exhaust and intake, a Kicker audio system, a new shift knob, embroidered floor mats and custom headrests.

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The version tweaked by 3dCarbon gives the Ford Fiesta a new body kit with more aggressive front splitter and side skirts, along with lightweight red 19-inch wheels and a two-tone red-and-black interior.

The Ice Nine Group worked with rally instructor Tim O’Neil to give the Fiesta ST a rally-inspired makeover with a vented carbonfibre bonnet, wider guards to accommodate 17-inch rally-style wheels and fog lights and special quarter windows with air vents.

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MRT took a different approach to tuning the Ford Fiesta ST by replicating the ST from Forza Motorsport 5 for its entry.

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The tuner added several road-ready upgrades that include a new stainless-steel exhaust, a Cobb Tuning intake, adjustable suspension, upgraded brakes and green wheels with red lips.

Bojix Design gave the Ford Fiesta ST a custom grey paint job and then added bright orange accents. The car also incorporates a specially designed three-inch cat-black exhaust system, powertrain modifications and modified suspension.

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