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The ideal EV for a road trip might just be this modified Ford F-150 Lightning
The SEMA build by Tjin Edition includes recaro seats, solar charging, and a roof tent.
Bronco Fun-Runner LT features 42-inch tyres and an absurd amount of suspension travel
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.
SEMA 2022, VW buses hope to take the spotlight
With two specially constructed widebody VW vans created in partnership with two Southern Californian apparel companies, FB County and The Original Cascade, Kenny Pfitzer Designs hopes to steal the show at SEMA.
Competition carbon transforms a C8 Corvette into a Cadillac supercar with a V12 engine
Competition Carbon, based in California, plans to convert the C8 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray into a V-12 Cadillac supercar for SEMA 2022.
Chevy Is Forcing Its Epic SEMA Truck Concept To Drop The Name "Beast"
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.
At SEMA, a Tesla-powered Chevy pickup turns heads and destroys a cab door | modifiedrides.net
Salvage to Savage, a Florida-based workshop, put together an outstanding C10 truck build.
Honda S2000 engine in an E30 BMW 3 Series
The builds from SEMA 2021 continue to pour in. Although not all of them attract our attention for the appropriate reasons, every now and then something stands out.
Toyota revealed the Supra Sport Top at this year's SEMA
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?
Honda is sending an Accord estate with a Type R engine to SEMA
We sincerely apologise for missing the opportunity to show you this magnificent JACCS-liveried, fifth-generation Honda Accord estate that Fifteen52 and Mountune USA created in partnership with Honda Performance Development (HPD) back in May. We apologise profusely.