2019 SEMA builds
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Whether it was essentially inventing skate shoes, rally special stages, or swerving erratically around a gorilla on a Segway, Ken Block's contribution always had an added dimension of scale and showmanship that helped him become famous.
The SEMA build by Tjin Edition includes recaro seats, solar charging, and a roof tent.
The widebody Bronco RTR Fun-Runner was developed by Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s firms RTR Vehicles and Fun-Haver Off-Road in collaboration for the SEMA exhibition last year.
Chevrolet's Beast off-roader concept will have to go by a different name due to a naming issue.
The tough rig made its premiere at the SEMA Show in 2021.
Salvage to Savage, a Florida-based workshop, put together an outstanding C10 truck build.
When Aston originally showed the normal DBX in late 2019, there were a lot of mixed reactions to the aesthetics, so we're confident that the Internet will go crazy for this.
It turns out that removing the roof of a new Toyota Supra to construct a MkIV-inspired targa isn't as simple as it seems.
Who'd have guessed?
Singer Vehicle Design is known across the world for their customised Porsche 911s, yet despite its great reputation in the 911 tuning scene, the California firm never stops pushing the envelope.
Let's try this again. After comedian Kevin Hart was involved in a 2019 accident as a passenger.
1016 Industries builds a Green Hornet-inspired Lamborghini Urus. Like it?