The SEMA competition Mustang Build Powered by Women goes to Ford

Posted on Tuesday, 5 June 2012 , 19:06:12 byEmil

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The SEMA competition Mustang Build Powered by Women goes to Ford

The High Gear concept was designed by Jennifer Seely that works for Ford Motor Company and won the first ever SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women. The concept is actually the result of the collaboration between Specialty Equipment Market Association and Ford. The project asked the public to vote which one of the three concept Mustang designs they would like to be developed by a group of volunteer women. The whole idea and inspiration for the High Gear 2013 Mustang GT came from international products like couture, clothing, jewelry and architecture. To enter some details, the new model has a body with a satin black body finish with a very discreet body kit and Rosegold chrome accents both on the outside and inside. The new modification will affect the power-train, the sound system and also the undercarriage. After establishing all the details, the only thing left to do is for the female members of the Network of the SEMA Businesswomen to start developing the vehicle. We will have the opportunity to see the final product at the 2012 SEMA Show that will take place in Las Vegas before the end of the year. The model will be auctioned off on eBay and the money will be donated to the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund. The transformation process will only take eight weeks and it will be quite a challenge for the passionate group of women to finish everything in such a short time. Anyway, in the end we will have the opportunity to see what they can do, their imagination and passion put all together in the final result. In the photo gallery below you can see a few picture of the model. More information on the project will be released soon, so stay tuned.


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