It also features JRI coil-over suspension, Wilwood six-piston brakes, 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Falken 255/40/18 tyres, 3D-printed vents, TMR roll cage and Sparco Pro 2000 II seats with six-point harnesses.
Next up is a Focus ST finished in ‘Hot Rod Black’, said to blend the spirit of traditional hot rodding and modern tuning.
Some of the modifications include a new air intake and intercooler kit, JMS chip, BC Racing coil-over suspension, hand-built 19-inch Konig alloy wheels with Continental ExtremeContact DW 235/35R19 tyres, brushed metal-look steering wheel trim and special leather and suede-look upholstery.
The second Focus ST is a blue flare-bodied concept, which the company says is “tuned to move”.
Among the highlights are a Mountune MR300 performance upgrade package; which includes a new intercooler, induction kit, cat back exhaust and downpipe, along with BC Racing coil-over suspension, 18-inch ADV.1 alloy wheels wrapped in 245/40/18 Falken Azenis tyres, and Baer six-piston brake calipers and 13-inch rotors.
Fourth is a grey and orange Focus RS by Full-Race, boasting a power output of 450hp (335kW).
Under the bonnet the concept features a Full-Race upgrade package which includes a new intercooler, three-inch catback dual exhaust system, and new cold-air intake system.
Other exterior modifications include Finspeed 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxes 245/35ZR/19 tyres, along with a front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser.
Inside, the Full-Race Focus RS is equipped with a five-point racing harness and rollbar.
Tuning company Roush Performance is responsible for the second Focus RS show car, which claims a power output of 500hp (373kW).
The track-themed hatchback features numerous Roush Performance upgrades including a new cooling system and shortblock assembly, body kit and graphics, along with three-way adjustable suspension with camber plates.
Other enhancements include slotted brake rotors by PFC Brakes and 19-inch Roush alloy wheels in Continental ExtremeContact Sport 255/35/R19 rubber.
Inside, the Roush Focus RS is equipped with a Roush black shifter ball and performance pedals.
Concept number six is another Focus RS-based concept, paying homage to the model’s rally-bred heritage.
A body kit comprising of a new front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser and hood vents add extra visual appeal, while the arches are filled by 18-inch O.Z. Racing Rally alloy wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 235/40ZR/18 tyres.
Other upgrades under the skin include H&R coil-over suspension, along with an FSWERKS short shift kit and aluminium shift bushings.
The 2016 SEMA show will run from 1-4 November in Las Vegas.