Two modified Ford Fiesta STs going to SEMA image

Ford is currently previewing a couple of modified Fiesta ST vehicles which will be officially presented to the public at the 2015 SEMA Motor Show, in a premiere.

Ford is attending the 2015 SEMA with several vehicles including two modified examples of the Fiesta ST. The first one is called the DSPORT Fiesta ST and it has been named a track-ready model which can produce a whopping 400 HP (298 kW). The output is coming from the same 1.6 liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, which has received upgraded internals, RC Engineering fuel injectors, a new turbocharger, a new intercooler, Mishimoto oil cooler, Full-Race Motorsports exhaust and manifold and so on. The model is also packing a new body kit, better brakes and suspension and forged wheels with Pirelli P-Zero racing slicks.

The other modified sub-compact hot hatch is called the CINEMOTIVE MEDIA Fiesta ST and it has the Square 1 Armoring York Castle Green Metallic exterior finish, bringing the carbon fiber lip spoiler, side skirts and rear wing. The model is also adding the HID headlights and fog lights, SeaSucker Mini Bomber bicycle rack, 17-inch ADV.1 ADV5 Track Spec wheels with Falken RT-615K tires, Recaro seats inside it, an SS Tuning steering wheel and a new shift knob. This modified Fiesta ST is also bringing the high performance Baer brakes and coilover suspension system, along with the cold air intake, new intercooler, new downpipe, Stage 3 power package and a sports exhaust system for the 1.6l EcoBoost four-cylinder unit. No performance details have been announced so far.