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MAD Industries Crafted This Black And Blue Ford Mustang For SEMA

The bespoke creations of MAD Industries tend to be nothing if not visibly “loud,” and lo and behold, the firm has lived up to its reputation with this custom SEMA concept based off of the 2015 Ford Mustang.

Needless to say, the appearance of this Mustang GT jumps right out, with a deep black body punctuated by splashes of violent blue. That same blue appears not only on the car’s hood and grille surround, but also on the 21-inch MHT wheels, door mirrors, and throughout the interior. Exterior pieces like the 50th Anniversary-style front splitter, side skirts, hood vent covers, rear lower diffuser, and Shelby GT350-style rear spoiler are all made of carbon fiber, with a high-gloss transparent finish.

The folks at MAD Industries haven’t just busied themselves with the exterior, either; under the hood, a 2.9-liter Whipple twin-screw supercharger kit feeds the 5.0-liter Coyote V8. Whipple also furnished the car’s carbon fiber timing covers, and this Mustang features the same 3-inch Gibson exhaust with x-pipe as its cousin from Motoroso. But MAD Industries has opted for a set of ceramic-coated mufflers from CFT in place of that Mustang’s MagnaFlow units.

The chassis on this concept Ford Mustang GT has been improved upon with a performance Eibach Pro-R2 coilover kit, a three-way adjustable tubular front sway bar, and Wilwood Aerolite brakes. The inside, meanwhile, makes do with carbon fiber Sparco sport seats trimmed in Trevino leather, a tonneau cover from Classic Design Concepts custom-finished by MAD Industries, billet aluminum anodized racing pedals from SRP Racing Pedals, Lloyd custom floor mats, and a sophisticated Focal audio system.

This attention-grabbing 2015 Ford Mustang GT from MAD Industries will appear alongside a bevy of other custom Ford-based concepts at the 2015 SEMA show in Las Vegas. Check back with us regularly for all the latest from that event.

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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