SEMA Garage Detroit has partnered with Ford Motor Company to put together a measuring session for the new generation of the Ford Mustang. The event will allow SEMA members to test-fit prototypes, 3D scan, measure, and have a close-up experience with select models of the S650. Ford will bring the S650 Mustang GT Coupe Premium, Mustang Ecoboost Convertible Premium, and Mustang Mach-E GT AWD to the session, providing plenty of opportunity for companies to get dimensions of the different cars to configure their creations.
Details On The SEMA S650 Ford Mustang Measuring Event
The event will take place from September 25 to 28. There has been an extremely high demand of submissions to attend the S650 Ford Mustang measuring event, so all submissions will be subject to approval by Ford. Luckily, if you aren’t in the Detroit area, an alternative opportunity is taking place from September 11 to 14 at SEMA Garage Diamond Bar. There appears to be less demand for the Southern California location, which means submissions don’t need to be approved by Ford. If you are interested, you can RSVP for SEMA Garage Detroit here or RSVP for SEMA Garage Diamond Bar here.
Currently, only one aftermarket company has put together a modified S650 Ford Mustang, and that’s RTR with its Spec 2 creation. The main focus of this build has been aesthetics with the addition of an evolved version of the iconic RTR Upper Grille design that is pushed forward in space, accelerating airflow around it – with an open area dictated purely by the mechanical cooling needs of the car. In addition, the signature lights are multi-dimensional illuminated intake scoops. Of course, there are other aesthetic additions, along with some engine airflow improvements. Steeda also has some stuff in the works for the new pony car, though they haven’t unveiled anything yet.
Finally, Ford Performance has some offerings for customers to customize their S650 Ford Mustang to make it more unique to them. Naturally, all of these options are limited, but with the measuring opportunity provided by SEMA and Ford, we are sure to see even more aftermarket parts for the most powerful Mustang yet in the very near future.