Five aftermarket specialists have tuned four Ford Fiesta STs and one standard hatchback ahead of next month’s SEMA show in Las Vegas.
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.
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.
MRT took a different approach to tuning the Ford Fiesta ST by replicating the ST from Forza Motorsport 5 for its entry.
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.