Ford has the “Magnificent Seven” Mustangs lined up for SEMA image

The US automaker might reign supreme at this year’s edition of SEMA in terms of number of vehicles on display – just the Mustang display features no less than seven examples…

The seven Mustangs haven’t been prepared solo, because they offer the different interpretations of various tuning outlets – all aiming to deliver the best Mustang possible. It’s not an unfair assumption, since the originator of the pony car trend is a great platform for modifications. The highlights include the Mustang Convertible by MAD Industries, a rather tame EcoBoost model with minor Ford Performance power increases. The standout feature is inside – where the model has the AL Priority Quint laser defense and parking system…

The Mustang 729 Wide Body TriAthlete by Roush Performance meanwhile sources inspiration from the vintage Boss 429, complete with Grabber Green paint that makes us think of the upcoming Thor movie that also features the Hulk. The Mustang Fastback by DRAGG meanwhile goes on pursuit, with a police-themed livery and Ford Performance lowering springs, 305-30 series rubber and the 2.3-liter EcoBoost treated to a cold air intake and exhaust. It also belongs to the non-profit DRAGG group, which stands for Drag Racing Against Gangs and Graffiti, which aims to lure people to the drag strip instead of shady back alley streets.