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Project 2012 Mustangs expected to turn heads at SEMA

Mustang ForgiatoWhat will be a SEMA without Ford Mustangs on display. This week at the auto show, a good dose of modified 2012 Fod Mustang will be showing up. Each car will surely tickle every car owner’s desire to have these Mustangs in their garage.

Each of the Mustang will demonstrate how it can be unique from the other. The Ford Mustang has an excellent foundation in terms of performance and design so consumers. Ford also recently launched the customizer at the Ford website especially for those who love the Mustang.

Here are some of the 2012 Mustangs as done by different teams:

Forgiano Wheels

The 2012 Mustang by Forgiano wheels will showcase a staggered wheel configuration sporting 22 inch rims on the rear and 21 inches in front. It will also have a body kit by TS Designs and 3dCarbon Boy Race. This Mustang GT will be in pearl silver matte finishing. The aggressive appearance is backed up by a Vortech Supercharger to give the car that extra oomph.

Creations n’ Chrome

This Mustang is all about styling. Finished in red with the hood, trunk and roof made of carbon fiber. It will also have a Vortech supercharger, roll cage, and forged 18-inch rims.

MRT Performance

TKO Mustang boasts of a complete setup with ProCharger Supercharger, sport exhaust system, upgraded suspension, custom hood, custom paint, and race seats.

H&R Springs

This ride gets an upgraded chassis, stainless steel pipes, a supercharger by Edelbrock E-Force, and Pirelli tires on all fours. They also improved the body with kits from Street Scene Equipment with finishing by the Tri-Star Enterprise.

Mazda unveils modified cars in SEMA

Mazda recently took the spotlight as they went zoom at the SEMA introducing their line of modified vehicles. The Japanese carmaker displayed the dept and coverage of their brand as they display the aftermarket capabilities and potentials of their cars infusing a sporty soul into each ride. Minor modifications were made to the stock vehicles of Mazda to make them ready for the track or to showcase them as street cars.

Mazda Evil Track

The Evil Track Mazda 2 is designed to meet the requirements of NASA and SCCA regulations as a vehicle fit for series racing. The looks of the car was given some spunk through race graphics and body works. This ride is inspired by the Mazda2 Evil presented as a concept car during the 2009 motor show in Los Angeles.

Mazda2 Street

This car is the street version of the Mazda2 rolling on sporty 15×9 light wheels hugged by R compound tyres from Toyo. The paint job involves light gray metallic color accented by matte graphics.

MX 5 Super 20

The 20 stands for the 20 years of successful existence o f the MX-5. This version is given a tougher look and more aggressive attitude through a supercharged engine from Cosworth, smaller wheels, and wider fenders.

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GReddy Performance Parts preps up Hyundai Genesis for SEMA

Hyundai went out to impress everyone at the SEMA motor show last year by unveiling seven versions of their Genesis Sedan and Coupe. The Korean car maker Hyundai has cut their cost a bit and will only show one version of their Genesis Coupe at this years auto show.

Hyundai GReddy Genesis CoupeHyundai is collaborating with GReddy Performance Parts to produce components for the Genesis Coupe going on exhibition. The high-performance car parts will be showcased during the SEMA as the X-Gen Street Genesis Coupe. The parts will go on sale right after the SEMA.

The GReddy vehicle will be a tuned 2.0L turbocharged Hyundai Genesis Coupe that will have modifications fit for everyday driving or something that can be driven during the weekend to zoom on the racing track.

The car will be pimped out with some turbo upgrade, cat-back exhaust configuration, coil over suspension, large intercooler, racing downpipe, and GReddy brake calipers.

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