Whenever an automaker announces they're heading to the SEMA show, they will usually bring around a small number of vehicles. Not Ford, they're believers in "Go big or go home" when it comes to SEMA. In fact, the company has announced they are bringing 57 vehicles to the show. No, that is not a misprint.
Taking the spotlight at Ford's exhibit will be ten Transit Connect wagons and cargo vans modified by various tuning shops. Ford is calling this part “Vandemonium.” Other models at the exhibit will include a number of Fiesta STs that have been done up by a number of tuners, a trio of Mustangs, and much more.
That's not all, though. Ford will also be taking up more than 110,000 square feet of the Las Vegas convention center’s Silver Lot (where SEMA is held). This is where Ford's sponsored racing schools from Miller Motorsports Park will take center stage in "Ford Out Front."