The Mustangs include: a tribute to soldiers with an 851-horsepower 2017 Mustang GT concept by VMP Performance, a Pearl Candy Orange 2017 Mustang with a bright paint job by Stitchcraft, an 825-horsepower missile based off the 2017 Mustang GT by Speedkore, a sport-touring inspired 2017 Mustang by MRT, a 2017 Mustang by CJ Pony Parts with a host of Ford Performance components, and a 1966 Shelby GT350 with a few modern touches by Revology Cars.
As far as the Mustangs go, Revology Cars' 1966 Shelby GT350 sticks out as our favorite. The classic muscle car gets a few modern touches including navigation, an electronic gauge cluster, and a new chassis. With grunt coming from a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, performance is covered.
In addition to the Mustangs, Ford also teased a few Fusion Sport sedans, including a Sport Ballistic concept with Kevlar parts by Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America and a lightly-modified 2017 Fusion Sport by Legacy Innovations.
The customized pony cars and sedans will join Ford's SEMA lineup, which will consist of roughly 50 vehicles, at the trade show next month. Last week, Ford teased four different F-150 trucks for SEMA.