SEMA season is such a wonderful time of year. The best of the best in the automotive aftermarket world pool their resources to bring us the biggest, baddest, most outrageous cars every November to display their talents and their products. It should be an especially big year at SEMA for the 2010 Camaro and Mustang, with Ford and GM out in force.



Bringing their take on the 2010 Mustang to SEMA will be CSG Motorsports, according to Mustangblog.





Picture: CSG Motorsport



Dubbed FlatBlack, this Mustang will actually be a gray metallic matte color by BASF Refinishes with glossy stripes. No one ever said these guys had creative names for their cars. CSG is known for their cat-back exhaust systems, so you can expect to see that on their car as well. But to really get attention one needs a fully decked out car top-to-bottom, and CSG seems to realize this having built several SEMA vehicles in recent years (mostly trucks and SUVs).



22” one-off Colorado rims are wrapped in Pirelli rubber. Recaro seats provide comfort, while a KW coil-over suspension drops this bad boy nice and low. Then there is the ROUSH Racing body kit, Whipple supercharger, and Baer brake kit that make this a performer as well as a looker. Designed by Sean Smith of SS designs, who has penned cars for CSG before, there are no pictures yet. Just a very-wicked looking rendering that promises plenty of bad attitude.

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