SEMA 2011: Ford Focus and Fiesta are Everywhere

SEMA 2011

Seven Focuses and three Fiestas will appear at the 2011 SEMA Show.

It seems like everyone and their mother will be showing up at the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas with either their Ford Focus or Fiesta. The American automaker has decided to highlight tuning programs on their latest models and at last count, seven versions of the 2012 Focus will be on display along with at least three versions of the new Fiesta. Both 2012 Ford Focus variants will be on display, the sedan and the hatchback.

Companies featured include Roush, COBB Tuning, Bojix Design, 3dCarbon, ID Agency, Steeda and Capaldi Racing. The 2012 Ford Fiesta will arrive with customizations by Gold Coast Automotive, Aaron Vaccar and M2-Motoring. Concerning the Fiesta, Ford's Global Car Marketing Manager said "Fiesta is a natural fit for SEMA because it's a unique brand. One of the top three purchase reasons for the vehicle is that it fits the customer's personality. That's very rare. It's an emotional purchase, so owners want to personalize it, with a significant percentage of them even giving their car a name."

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Check out the renderings of the many different Fiestas and Focuses that will appear at the SEMA Show next month. The show opens on November 1st and runs until November 4th.

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