Nevada lawmakers have approved a $335-million incentive package to help ensure Faraday Future builds its plant in Las Vegas. Continue Reading...
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For the first time in its history, the SEMA Show opened to the public last Friday. Continue Reading...
The 2014 SEMA Show packed up and left Las Vegas last night, but there’s still plenty to look at. Continue Reading...
A custom exhaust or the ability to outrun a stock supercar can draw attention to your car, but only if it’s running. Continue Reading...
The SEMA Show is a ludicrous mix of vehicles modified to the moon and back again that draws thousands of people every year. Manufacturers pay absurdly high fees to host displays mostly filled with versions of their car that a third party modifies. Continue Reading...
Japanese tuner Liberty Walk brought a show-stopper to SEMA this year. Continue Reading...
The folks at Blood Type Racing may not have heard the news about the discontinuation of the 2.0T Genesis Coupe, as they’ve taken the turbo-four and tuned it up to 800 horsepower. Continue Reading...
Take a Hyundai Genesis and turn it up to 11 and you’ll get this awesome creation that we see here on the SEMA show floor. Continue Reading...
Is this Mustang King Cobra, Fords entry in the battlefield that includes the likes of the Dodge Challenger Hellcat and the Chevrolet COPO Camaro? Continue Reading...
Dodge is reclaiming the Viper nameplate and may be bringing back another name known in the world of high-performance sports cars: ACR. Continue Reading...
In the world of custom pickup trucks, the golden question always looms: raise it or lower it? Well we found tons of fantastic examples of both at this year’s 2014 SEMA Show, but we have whittled them down to just our 10 favorites. Read on to see some of the best custom rigs, from rat rods… Continue Reading...
Ringbrothers brought something especially cool to the SEMA Show this year: a 1966 Chevelle with 980 hp. Continue Reading...
This thing from Toyota is a Camry in name and appearance only, otherwise you can just call it a crazy dragster. Continue Reading...
Amid the sea of heavily customized cars, Nissan is celebrating a quiet victory: its return to the SEMA Show. Continue Reading...
Toyota teamed up with celebrity chef and Texas restauranteur Tim Love to bring something meaty to the SEMA Show this year. Continue Reading...
You’re looking at the latest crazy creation out of SEMA, a wide-body VW Beetle that’s designed thanks to some help from Tanner Foust and Porsche tuner RAUH-Welt Begriff. Continue Reading...
In case desert temperatures weren’t enough things are really heating up in Las Vegas because Ford just revealed a certifiably bad-a** Mustang, the King Cobra. Continue Reading...
Hyundai is underscoring two things at its SEMA display this year: power and style. Continue Reading...
Hyundai is no stranger to bringing high-power projects to the SEMA Show, but the truth is that most of the cars you see in their booth would look out of place anywhere else. Continue Reading...
Hyundai’s 2.0T Genesis Coupe is was a viable option for enthusiasts looking for a balance between value and performance, but as you probably know, the four-cylinder model is no more. Continue Reading...
Toyota brought the ultimate sleeper car to this year’s SEMA Show. Continue Reading...
For its lineup of full-size trucks and SUVs at this year’s SEMA Show, Chevrolet focused on bringing some premium elements and added versatility into the mix Continue Reading...
Chevrolet has a brand new pickup truck on the market, so its no surprise they took to the 2014 SEMA Show to show off some custom versions. Continue Reading...
Can commercial vans EVER be cool? Well, the folks at Mercedes-Benz seem to think they can. They’re showing off four specially modified haulers at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. Continue Reading...