No doubt the new 2015 Ford Mustang is the hottest car at this year’s SEMA Show.

To showcase the customization possibilities for the new generation Mustang, Ford teamed up with a select group of aftermarket shops and car builders to create some unique Mustang concept vehicles. Here are our nine favorite on display at the show:

MRT Mustang Fastback

DSCN2656This 2.3L EcoBoost-powered car is a street-legal track day road racing car that features some lightweight components to enhance the turbocharged powerplant’s output. It has a Vortech air-to-air intercooler, MRT 3-inch exhaust, and JMS boost controller. It also has an MRT custom hood with heat extractors, custom paint, and carbon fiber accents.


Chip Foose Mustang Concept

DSCN2672This elegant convertible has two-tone BASF green paint with orange accents and plenty of custom Foose goodies, including one-off 22-inch rims, MMD body accessories, and leather upholstery. The car was also lowered by custom Eibach springs, and the 2.3L is outfitted by a Full Race turbo.





“Outlaw” by Classic Design Concepts GT Convertible

DSCN2676Classic Design Concepts gave this convertible V8 a Ford Racing/Roush supercharger and Ford Racing cat-back exhaust system. The exterior features Classic Design Concepts’ “Outlaw” package, which includes upper performance grille with inserts and formed mesh, lower performance grille with formed mesh, front chin spoiler and splitter, hood struts, side rockers with vortex intake, side rocker splitter, rear deck lid spoiler, and exterior emblems and graphics.



Petty Edition Mustang GT by Petty Garage

The teamDSCN2680 at Petty’s Garage paid homage to their racing heritage, giving this GT the signature Petty Blue finish. And oh yeah–it’s fast. The team outfitted the 5.0L V8 with a Roush Roots-style supercharger, which bumps the power level over the 600 horsepower mark.



CGS Performance Products GT Fastback

DSCN2686CGS Performance Products put a lot of focus on chassis upgrades, so this Whipple-supercharged GT offers nimble handling and can stop on a dime. It has a Chris Alston’s Chassisworks rear subframe, Fab9 rear-end, and double adjustable coil-overs. Other suspension parts include Strange Engineering ST axles and third member link, Eibach front springs and sway bar, and Brembo monoblock brake calipers and 15-inch rotors.


Roush Performance Mustang GT

DSCN2690Featuring a Roush-Yates 777 Hp “high roller” powertrain package with a Roush/Ford Racing supercharger, this daily driver has the soul of a race car. It has a Roush TrakPak 3-way adjustable coilover suspension and brake package, along with a TrakPak graphics package, high-flow upper grille, “R7 front fascia, side body scoops, and many other racy details.


MAD Industries Mustang GT

DSCN2694Looking to turn your new Mustang into a luxury vehicle? MAD Industries just may have the right template. Features include Axalta Ultra Gloss Merlot paint, 22″ MHT Luxury Alloy “Niche” wheels, Sparco high-end bucket seats, and SRP billet aluminum racing pedals. And did we mention it makes 725 horsepower, too? It comes courtesy of a Whipple twin-screw supercharger.


DSCN27023dCarbon-Air Design Mustang GT

Aggressive looks. Aggressive power. This concept packs a Vortech V-3 supercharger system that pushes the power output to 640 horsepower. Exterior accessories provided by 3dCarbon-Boy Racer Styling include front fascia replacement, side skirts, rear lower diffuser, rear wing, hood fins, and custom front grille. The paint is House of Kolor Ultra White-Shimrin2.


Galpin Auto Sports Mustang GT

DSCN2710 Another 725-horsepower, Whipple supercharged beast, this Mustang is actually great for cruising or car shows. It’s outfitted with a JBL audio system with unique speaker enclosures, leather seats, and a suede headliner and pillars. The car is covered in custom PPG Black with Gold Flake paint with matching gold-plated trim on the inside.


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Author: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.