Next in line is a real life version of the Forza Motorsport Fiesta ST built by MRT, followed by a Bojix Design-made one with lowered suspension, contrasting paint job, a straight-shot water-methanol injection system, and a cat-back exhaust. Finally, a COBB Tuning and Tanner Foust Racing co-developed Fiesta ST will pay tribute to the military with its camouflage paint.
Ford will arrive at the 2013 SEMA Show with no less than 57 cars and trucks, of which 28 have yet to be unveiled. The Blue Oval will preview the remainder of its lineup next week, via its new “Dreamcase” online vehicle display.
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