The variety of Mustangs on display has given consumers an idea of the possibilities for making it a one-of-a-kind pony car, using original accessories or having it customized by tuning companies.
“People understand Mustang and they fall in love with the emotion of the car, but at the same time they want to bring a little of their individuality to the table,” said Melvin Betancourt, Ford design manager.
“So if you’re a Mustang enthusiast looking to set your Mustang apart from others, SEMA is like going into a toy store full of inspirational imagery.
“At the end of the day you have a Mustang that reflects the personality of the customer’s vision.”
(Source: Ford via Autoblog.com)