CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (November 2, 2021) – SEMA Cares Charity, Austin Hatcher Foundation and Ford Motor Company will be unveiling a custom Mustang Mach-E GTx4 on November 2, 2021 at the SEMA Show.
This project build began with a 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GTx4. This True-Performance 480 Horsepower, 4 – wheel drive vehicle embodies the evolution of performance from fossil fuel to electric technology. This project brings the Mustang Pony Car Performance into a new era.
The exterior is covered in Paint Protection by Westgate Technologies and includes Archetype Racing modifications including carbon fiber splitter, canards, front and rear fender flares, rear wing, and rear diffuser. The wheels and tires are Michelin Pilot Sport 4S and Rotiform Alloy R-159 OZR. The Mach-E has also been equipped with Brembo Cx727 Front Calipers and 2-way adjustable coil-over suspension with camber plates and eibach springs by Motion Control Suspension on the front and rear.
What makes this custom Mustang Mach-E so special are the hands that helped - the children and young adult cancer patients and survivors.
This Mach-E was a part of the Austin Hatcher Foundation’s Industrial Arts Program. The Industrial Arts, STEM program serves a multipurpose function; first to introduce and educate a STEM-based trade, second to treat and improve coordination deficits, behavior, memory, learning and many other deficits as results of childhood cancer.
“We are extremely grateful for our partnership with Ford Motor Company. This build was such an exciting opportunity for our patients and families,” said Austin Hatcher Foundation President Amy Jo Osborn. “I believe SEMA fans and automotive enthusiasts will be amazed by the efficiency and power of this incredible vehicle.”
Car enthusiast, keep your eye open for when the Austin Hatcher Foundation announces the auction platform for the sale of this beauty late 2021 or early 2022. All proceeds fund services at the Austin-Hatcher Foundation - the nation’s only 100%-free, whatever-it-takes-to-empower-families-to-thrive pediatric cancer foundation.