A fresh new lineup of Ford trucks and SUVs – including the all-new Maverick pickup and all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV – is creating new opportunities for customers to imagine, build and show off personalized versions of their new rides with Ford Performance Parts and Ford Licensed Accessories.
More than 40 unique Ford project vehicles created in collaboration with some of the automotive aftermarket’s leading customizers are headed to this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas to bring those visions to life.
Ford taps new e-commerce site and products to grow accessories business
This past year has seen a number of new opportunities and accessories from the Ford parts teams. First among them is the launch of the revamped e-commerce site for Ford Licensed Accessories, Genuine Ford Parts and Ford Performance Parts – all converging at accessories.ford.com. There, Ford fans can buy everything online from a 760-horsepower Shelby GT500 engine to a Yakima pop-up rooftop tent, and just about anything in between, and have it shipped to their home.
The accessories business is growing at Ford dealers as well, thanks in part to the number of new Ford vehicles coming to market. The newest addition is the compact Maverick pickup that went on sale this month with its own catalog of more than 160 new Ford parts and accessories. Ford Licensed Accessories add-ons from popular brands like RIGID®, Yakima®, Thule® and FOX® are now available for Maverick pickup customers to roll in at purchase or to customize their trucks down the road. For the first time, a truck cap is available from Ford dealers at launch with a SnugTop® offering for the Maverick pickup.
Project vehicle veteran M2 Motoring developed this track-minded speedster based on a 2021 Mustang GT with Performance Package. Equipped with a production 5.0-liter Ti-VCT V8 engine and 6-speed manual transmission, the car wears custom Motorcraft livery and features Ford Performance Parts upgrades such as a 750HP supercharger kit, enhanced half-shafts and Performance Pack Level 2 front splitter.
Chassis enhancements come courtesy of Ford Performance lowering springs, Ford Performance Parts GT350R big brake kit, and Mach 1 adjustable camber/caster plates. The car rides on 305/30R19 front and rear Goodyear® Eagle® F1 Supercar® 3 tires with 19-inch GT350 wheels featuring black lug nuts.
Interior modifications include custom laser etched armrest, custom Recaro RPSP leather seats, GT500 instrument panel trim and a Ford Performance carbon fiber shift knob.
2021 Ford Mustang GT Concept by M2 Motoring Front View 3/4
All of the vehicles shown have been modified by independent vehicle modifiers for SEMA. They are for demonstration purposes only and are not available for sale by Ford. Ford’s display of these vehicles is not intended to, nor does it constitute an endorsement of the vehicle modifiers, vehicle modifications, or use of the vehicles by Ford. Ford has not evaluated these modified vehicles. Vehicle owners and modifiers should consult their Ford’s owner’s manual before modifying vehicles and for proper usage. Vehicles that are not street legal or certified under FMVSS and safety and emission regulations are not intended or certified for use on public roads.