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Ford Focus ST, Fiesta ST SEMA Preview

Ford shows off performance bits on six hot hatches.

Kelly Pleskot
Oct 28, 2015

Ford is showing off race-ready versions of its Focus ST and Fiesta ST hot hatches at this year's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. The show begins November 3.

Ultra Orange Ford Focus ST from CJ Pony Parts

2018 Ford Focus
$17,950 Base Model (MSRP) 25/34 MPG Fuel Economy
Ford Focus ST by CJ Pony Parts Photo 2/7   |   Ford-Focus-ST-by-CJ-Pony-Parts

Featuring an Ultra Orange Pearl exterior, this hot hatch is just one of many brightly colored ST models for SEMA. Along with the paint job, the Focus ST also features a custom front splitter, Diode Dynamic LED lights, and Street Scene side skirt splitters. Nineteen-inch Fifteen52 Tremac R43 wheels and Nitto NT01 tires finish off the look. Under the sheetmetal, the special Focus ST benefits from an AirLift fully adjustable suspension and upgraded turbo.

COBB Tuning Ford Focus ST

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The subtle design updates are just enough to make this Focus ST stand out. The model receives a special red paint, special front splitter and side skirt splitters, and a Thule ThruRide bike rack system holding Focus Cayo 4.0 bikes. Meanwhile, the car itself rides on Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tires and 18-inch wheels. The model also benefits from COBB Tuning rear engine mount, an adjustable shift plate, and shift knob as well as an air suspension and big brake kit.


Ford Focus ST by FS Werks Photo 4/7   |   Ford-Focus-ST-by-FS-Werks

The FSWERKS Focus ST keeps true to Ford's original design, except when it comes to the side skirts, front splitter, upgraded Rotiform 19-inch wheels, and that bright gold paint color. The model also receives a Cool-Flo air intake system, stainless steel turbo-back exhaust, short shift kit, and upgraded rear engine mount by FSWERKS. A big brake kit and street coilover suspension have also been fitted. Inside the cabin, there's a COBB Tuning Accessport V3 data monitoring and logging device.

Rally Innovations Ford Focus ST

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This is how you do a rally car. The Rally Innovations Ford Focus ST features a Gundam-style body kit with a vented hood, bold spoiler, metal wide-body fenders, side moldings, and a graphic die-cut vinyl scheme. The car also has a 20-inch LED stealth bar and LED RED accent lighting. Inside, you'll find a four-point roll cage and harnesses as well as creature comforts like an upgraded Sony sound system and more RED accent lighting. Powertrain upgrades include a Greddy intake and exhaust, while the chassis now includes a coilover suspension.

Cinemotive Media Ford Fiesta ST

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Taking a break from the bright orange, red, and gold hues, Ford has also rolled out a cool aquamarine Fiesta ST with a matching bike attached to the roof. The model also receives a front carbon lip, carbon side skirts, and a carbon rear wing from Fifteeen52. HID headlights, HID fog lights, and 17-inch wheels finish off the look. Under the sheetmetal, expect to find a coilover suspension, turbo-back exhaust, six-piston brake calipers, and an upgraded rear engine mount.

DSPORT Ford Fiesta ST

Ford Fiesta ST by D Sport Photo 7/7   |   Ford-Fiesta-ST-by-D-Sport

When creating its custom Fiesta ST, DSPORT Magazine strived to explore the full potential of the car's tiny 1.6-liter EcoBoost mill. At the end, DSPORT was able to pump out over 400 hp from its special Fiesta ST, which is set to race in the Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car class. When it hits the grid next season, it will be detuned to only 300 hp to follow class rules.

The DSPORT Ford Focus ST benefits from a number of upgrades, including a BorgWarner EFR 6258 Turbo, independent adjustable coilover suspension, Eibach rear anti-roll bar, six-piston front brakes, and a ton of other updates. The model sits atop Volk Racing TE37V forged racing wheels and Pirelli P-Zero Racing Slicks tires.

Along with these hot hatches, also look for custom Mustang, F-150, Explorer, and Edge models at SEMA.

By Kelly Pleskot
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