The Ford F-Series of trucks and the Ford Focus RS won awards at the recent Specialty Equipment Market Association show, according to Fremont Motors.
The F-Series won "hottest truck" award at SEMA, while the Focus RS won "hottest hatch."
Ford has won 45 percent of the "hottest vehicle" awards issued since 2010, according to Fremont Motors. The Ford Focus previously won the Sport Compact award at SEMA.
“Ford has a long history of support and partnership with the aftermarket community, bringing increased options and products for consumers,” SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting said. “F-Series and Focus are just two of the most recent examples of the great vehicles Ford offers for personalization.”
The Focus RS offers 350 horsepower and has a drift mode. Ford will be releasing a drift stick for owners of the drift cars. The stick will be available Dec. 1.
SEMA's show is one of the largest in the country, designed to show off new concepts and designs. It covers categories such as collision repair, mobile technology, restyling, hot rods, restorations and even off-road vehicles.