Built by Tanner Foust Racing, Bojix, M&J Enterprises, Galpin Auto Sports and Steeda Autosports a total of five Ford Focus STs are on display at the ongoing SEMA Show 2012 in Las Vegas. One of these five 2013 Ford Focus ST show cars is developed by X-Games Gold medalist Tanner Foust. His version is to ensure that the Ford Focus ST is a mix between an everyday vehicle and a track car. Here the models is seen with larger air intake, a MagnaFlow exhaust, a fully adjustable front and rear suspension and a bespoke body kit.
Bojix Designs have worked on the 2013 Ford Focus ST giving it a new body kit, coilover suspension and new livery while M&J Enterprise Cosworth LLC and Ford Racing have designed their 2013 Ford Focus ST to offer 330 hp, thus increasing power by 30% and torque by 20%. New engine and suspension modifications are added while wheels and tyre combinations are also accentuated.
Galpin Auto Sports presents a new body kit for the 2013 Ford Focus ST with new big brake kit, coilovers and methanol injection system. An exciting paint scheme with upgraded interiors is also part of this makeover. The fifth Ford Focus ST 2013 model is built by Steeda Autosports and is seen with Brembo brakes, 19” alloy wheels and enhanced suspension. For more information, scroll down.
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Ford Focus ST at SEMA
2013 Ford Focus ST, 2.0L EcoBoost, Six-Speed Manual Transmission – Built by Tanner Foust Racing
Why it’s cool: World record holder and X-Games Gold medalist Tanner Foust set out to build a competent weekend track/canyon warrior, comfortable enough to endure a Southern California commute. Improved performance including increased air intake, and a signature MagnaFlow exhaust add power, while fully adjustable front and rear suspension adds flexibility for top performance regardless of the track. Custom body kit additions complete Tanner’s aggressive, yet approachable look.
2013 Ford Focus ST, 2.0L EcoBoost, Six-Speed Manual Transmission – Built by Bojix Design
Why it’s cool: Brings European design cues to American soil, Bojix Design delivers a sleek, chic, tasteful and impactful look with their new Focus ST interpretation. Iconic orange paint, expressive body kit bits, big brakes and coil-overs add grip to the go. A celebration of full-throttle design, this unique build will turn heads of Focus fanatics everywhere.
2013 Ford Focus ST, 2.0L EcoBoost, Six-Speed Manual Transmission – Built by M&J Enterprises
Why it’s cool: The M&J team formulated a partnership between Ford, Cosworth LLC and Ford Racing to boost Focus ST power by more than 30 percent, and torque by almost 20 percent. Ford Racing engine and suspension modifications combined with Cosworth specified wheels and tires to put 330 horsepower to the pavement. The Tangerine Scream finish and subtle graphics signal an appreciative nod to an authentic motorsports heritage.
2013 Ford Focus ST, 2.0L EcoBoost, Six-Speed Manual Transmission – Built by Galpin Auto Sports
Why it’s cool: Infusing a heavy dose of rally car DNA into a 2013 Focus ST, the Galpin team took power and vehicle dynamics to the next level with coil-over springs, big brakes, methanol injection and a rally-ready body kit. An eye-catching paint scheme and upgraded interior finishes the expressive design. The result is a fun to drive, great looking rally car equally at home slinging mud or cruising the boulevard.
2013 Ford Focus ST, 2.0L EcoBoost, Six-Speed Manual Transmission – Built by Steeda Autosports
Why it’s cool: Steeda takes aim at demanding performance junkies with their European-inspired Focus ST. On the street or track, the Steeda ST offers increased performance, improved handling, aggressive looks and performance feel to make an automotive enthusiast latch on and not let go. Steeda G-Trac suspension modifications, Brembo brakes and a 19-inch custom wheel and tire package takes power to the tarmac. This hot hatchback means business.