Now that the 2013 SEMA Show has come and gone, the association has released some telling statistics about the automotive aftermarket industry.
Somehow, this baby blue C7 Stingray with a wide body kit managed to win the Gran Turismo People’s Choice Award. While this isn’t the absolute worst car at this year’s SEMA Show, it’s certainly among the top 10. Chevrolet poured untold effort into restyling its ever-popular sports car to maintain the Corvette image without keeping…
Yet another SEMA Show gone by, yet another million plus square feet of sheer custom car insanity.
One thing that’s guaranteed each year at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas is that the South Hall will be packed with modified luxury and exotic vehicles.
Even the Ford Transit Connect received some awesome modifications this year at SEMA, this one created with some inspiration and help from the Hot Wheels team.
There’s no rule that states that electric vehicles have to be boring, which must be why Chevrolet rolled out this performance oriented Spark EV at the 2013 SEMA show.
SEMA is the place where the very best in aftermarket car parts are on display, so of course there’s going to be a car pushing 1,000-hp. This year, the folks at Bisimoto got their hands on a Hyundai Genesis Coupe and just didn’t stop adding power.
Even Fiat featured a pair of interesting looking vehicles at the 2013 SEMA show this year focusing on the active lifestyle that the 500L is catered to.
The Mopar alive and well at this year SEMA show with Dodge showing off its new Scat Pack Club modifications for the Charger and Dart.
One of the hottest cars this year joins up with the folks making the hottest racing game this year to give you this video-game inspired Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Gran Turismo Concept.
Chevrolet decided to mix and match a few components from its sports cars to come up with this outrageous Silverado Cheyenne Concept.
The new 2014 Mazda3 was just released, but Mazda is already promoting the cars style and performance at this years SEMA show.
The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is easily one of the most impressive sports cars in terms of performance for the money, but the American automaker showed off two stylish concepts at the 2013 SEMA Show.
Chevrolet debuted the latest version of its COPO Camaro drag-racer at this years SEMA show, ensuring that amateur and professional racers have a bow-tie in their corner.
It may not be a SEMA award winner, but the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray made quite the splash at this year’s SEMA Show.
Coming from the factory weighing under 2,800 lbs and equipped with a turbocharged engine making 200-hp, the Ford Fiesta ST is a performance bargain. But the creative gear heads at SEMA had a different idea about what makes the Fiesta ST so cool.
The Ford Mustang won the Hottest Car of SEMA award and it’s no surprise – the muscle car is everywhere at SEMA.
Ford made a big splash last year in the hot-hatch segment with the introduction of the Ford Focus ST, and if the 2013 SEMA show is any indication, the aftermarket has really embraced the sporty hatchback.
Honda is finally listening to its critics by releasing a factory supercharger kit for its unique CR-Z hybrid, aiming to bump up the cars performance and credibility.
Amid all the tuner cars and aftermarket products, Honda took the wraps off the 2014 Honda Civic Si Coupe.
Really want to grab the attention of SEMA attendees lost in a sea of modified cars? Bring a one-of-a-kind race car to your booth.
Last year, Liberty Walk surprised the SEMA Show with its custom Lamborghini Murcielago. This year, the Japanese-based company is back in Las Vegas with two supercars: A Ferrari 458 and a Nissan GT-R.
There’s a must-have option coming to the Dodge Challenger for 2014: the “shaker” hood.
Thought the Bisimoto Hyundai Genesis Coupe boasting 1,000 hp was extreme? How about this Honda Odyssey minivan built to the tune of 1,029 hp?