Ford Performance Parts Coming to Europe Starting in December
Ford Performance Parts are coming to Europe, making products like the next-gen Fiesta ST, Focus St, Focus RS, Mustang, and Ford GT all the more customizable. The initial wave of Ford Performance Parts will consist of around 70 products, all of which are warranty-approved, available for order through certified Ford dealers, deliverable to dealerships or to the buyer’s home, and can be installed by Ford-trained techs.
“Ford is synonymous with attainable performance. Ford Performance Parts will deliver even more satisfying driving experiences for enthusiasts,” said Fabio Carafa, vehicle personalization director, Ford of Europe. “Ford Performance customers—some of the most competent and knowledgeable drivers out there—are telling us they want to further personalize the driving dynamics, performance, and style of their vehicles. We’ve specifically developed our Ford Performance Parts portfolio to meet that need.”
Parts revealed at the Essen Motorshow in Germany last week include adjustable coil-over strut and shock absorber kits for the Mustang and Focus ST; Ford Performance Premium light alloy 10-spoke wheels for Fiesta, Fiesta ST, Focus, and Focus ST; high-grade Borla stainless steel exhaust for the Mustang EcoBoost and Mustang GT; Mustang GT Performance Calibration Power Packs for the Mustang GT; a supercharger kit for the Mustang GT co-developed with Roush Performance; and gearshift knobs for all Ford Performance models.
“Ford Performance Parts are designed to deliver optimum performance, but also for speedy, hassle-free fitting,” Carafa said. “Our high-performance coil-over kits are pre-assembled for plug-and-play fitting by our trained technicians, to deliver an immediate performance upgrade with no time-consuming tuning process.”
Ford also showed off its Ford Performance Drift Stick, which was recently announced as being offered for Focus RS customers in the United States beginning in December.
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