Now that the dust has begun to settle after the SEMA
explosion, we're discovering a handful of awesome videos that shed a little more light on some of our favorite cars from the show. That includes the ID Agency Ford Focus
worked up with professional fixed-gear bike rider Michael Chacon. The hatch wears some seriously sexy BASF paint, and with a body kit
drawn up by design guru Jon Sibal
and a Wraptivo
carbon fiber roof, the Focus has some serious attitude. An AEM
cold-air intake and a Magnaflow
exhaust help bump up the power, while a Brembo
big brake kit is responsible for bringing the machine down from speed.
Inside sits a set of some of the most beautiful seats we've ever laid eyes on. The Sportster thrones were worked up by Recaro
and feature two-tone leather and plenty of custom stitching. Do want.
The video after the jump spends plenty of time speaking with Chacon about his inspirations and what it's like to see SEMA
from the outside. The clip is set to some pretty snappy tunes, including M83's "Midnight City." Hit the jump
to check it out for yourself.
Michael Chacon Introduces the ID Agency Ford Focus for SEMA from The ID Agency on Vimeo.