A Ford Mustang with a small, four-cylinder engine producing McLaren P1 power is a sure sign of the coming apocalypse. Either that, or a not-so-subtle reminder that SEMA is back, and it’s just as mad as ever.
The annual tuner meet, which sees thousands of horsepower enthusiasts mill around a Las Vegas exhibition centre eyeballing a Wonderland of performance tuning and modification, will this year showcase a battalion of Mustangs that beggar belief.
It’s all part of Ford’s official stand at SEMA – the largest OEM stand with over 50 cars on display, we’re told – that celebrates the sheer chutzpah (and a healthy dose of lunacy) of the modifying scene.
The show kicks off next week, and Ford has revealed details of some very special pony cars that gives ‘downsizing’ a swift karate chop to the elbow.