Bojix Design Spices Up the Mustang for SEMA

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If wild racing colors are your thing, you’ll likely find this Mustang we’ve stumbled on while gearing up for SEMA pretty interesting.

The 2013 custom Ford pony car, designed by Bojix Design for the Las Vegas show, is quite a unique take on contrasting hues.  Building on a stock Grabber Blue Mustang GT (which is pretty wild in itself), the Bojix Design is highlighted by orange and black accents with a carbon fiber stripe running the length of the car.

The custom ride also features a Boss 302 front splitter and grille, a 3dCarbon rear spoiler and new carbon fiber side splitters created by Bojix Design.  To spice things up, the Mustang has been fitted with Rennen M10 20-inch wheels painted custom orange to compliment the rest of the car’s color combo.


Even the car’s 605-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 engine is painted with blue and orange accents. Other performance enhancements include a Eibach Multi-Pro R2 adjustable suspension system and 14-inch Brembo brakes.

Inside the cockpit, things are a lot tamer with minimal upgrades including a leather wrapped Recaro seats, custom floor mats and a white cue ball shifter. But the Bojix Design Mustang still has a look that’ll likely have more than few people flipping out their phones at SEMA to snap a photo.

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