Day 2 at the SEMA show is just like the first, a lot of walking. You don’t realize how tired you are til you stop. If you ever get a chance to go bring good sneakers
One thing that never changes at SEMA is the quality of the builds. Every year I am in awe at the craftsmanship that goes into the builds, this twin supercharged Camaro is a perfect example.
Las Vegas doesn’t have a VIP scene like California does. This Infiniti M35 has a widened stance and rims with enough lip to fit a dollar bill on.
Classic trucks where well represented at the show this year. This is a C100 done by Icon, every piece has been breathed on by the designers. It looks stock unless you know what to look for. The bumpers and grill are all milled from a single piece of aluminum, the engine is a supercharged LS V8. This truck probably cost more than a Ferrari.
The beautiful creations didn’t stop at the interiors. This is the inside of a Chrysler in the Meguire’s booth, I love the simplicity of the design it looks like an old fighter plane.
Synapse had this boosted F series honda motor in their booth, and what caught my eye the intake manifold with the dual valves and the segmented runners.
The ring brothers showed up with a full carbon fiber Mustang body that they will sell in their shop. This was real carbon fiber not a wrap or cheap fiberglass.
Brembo now has a full carbon ceramic setup for the GTR for about $15,000.
Lexus LFA has ceased production with the total production for the global market ending around 500
Liberty Walk had at least five cars throughout the halls wearing one of their body kits. Here is their Lamborghini Murcielago. I feel that such a wide front tire on an all wheel drive car would make low speed steering a chore.
The Matte finish and body kit on this 370Z looked great.
This was the one of only a few GTR’s at the show. It is tuned by R’s Tuning, and was sitting in the Volks booth. I love the kit it’s not over the top, but gives the car a real racer look while not being too aggressive.
That might cause some lag, but we’ll make it fit.
I will leave today post with a pic of the 2015 VW GTI. As a current driver of a Mark VI, I can’t wait for the new differential all the Europeans have been raving about, and more power!