The SEMA Show has announced their awards for the “Hottest” vehicles of the 2016 show, with the Dodge Charger being named the inaugural Hottest Sedan of SEMA while the Jeep Wrangler claimed the title of the Hottest SUV of SEMA for the 7th straight year – allowing the Jeep to remain the only SUV to win the title since it was introduced back in 2010.
While the vast majority of the cars on display at the 2016 SEMA Show are powered by V8 engines, the Chevrolet Camaro Turbo AutoX Concept stresses the performance capabilities of the new base engine and in does so in a color which makes it impossible to miss in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The annual Hottest of SEMA Awards have been announced and for the second year in a row, the Ford Mustang, Ford F150 and Ford Focus have been named the most popular cars in their respective segments – covering the coupe, truck and sport compact groups.
There have long been rumors that Dodge will eventually offer a Challenger from the factory with a wider body than the current version, but Novi, Michigan-based Classic Design Concepts has brought out their own widebody Challenger conversion to the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas and while the look is not for everyone – this is an interesting option for Challenger owners who want a very unique look.
Leading up to the 2016 SEMA Show, FCA teased what looked to be a 2015+ Dodge Challenger Shaker, but it is actually a 1971 Dodge Challenger with a spread of 2015+ components inside and out – along with a spread of modifications that make this one wicked pro touring-style muscle car.
Ford Motor Company has used the 2016 SEMA Show to introduce their newest Ford Mustang race car – the GT4 – which is FIA approved to race all over the world as the automaker looks to benefit from the huge success of the new Mustang in overseas markets.
Among the many high performance concept cars at the 2016 SEMA Show, the 2017 Chevrolet COPO Camaro is one very fast car debuting this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center – with 69 examples being built for the new model year and a trio of engine options.
Undoubtedly, 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback is Honda’s greatest compact car manifested to date. It’s surprisingly refined and comfortable. I just took one out for romp and am just a bit blown away by how good this Civic truly is.
There have long been rumors that Dodge has been working on an SRT-level Durango with the 392 Hemi, and while this beautiful machine is only a SEMA Show concept right now – this 485 horsepower beast has all of the makings of a great high performance sport utility vehicle.
Ford Motor Company has announced that they are sending a 2017 Ford F150 Raptor to the Baja 1000 to run the stock class – a move that helps emphasize the durability of the high performance EcoBoost pickup and all of the supporting modifications which make the Raptor so special.
Leading up to the start of the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, General Motors has announced the results of the Camaro SS Drag Race Development Program, which put a new Camaro SS into the mid 10-second range with modifications which the company believes to be the most common among grassroots racers – and this program could lead to new high performance goodies from the Chevrolet Performance division.
While it likely wont be the most powerful Ford Mustang on display at the 2016 SEMA Show, the supercharged and turbocharged 2017 Mustang from the crew at MRT will almost surely be one of the most interesting builds at the sprawling Vegas show – and the Motor Company has offered up just enough information to get us on the edge of our seats.
The blurred sketch of a Dodge Durango was released with this year’s FCA SEMA teasers and with the image traveling around the social networks without any supporting information – we bring you a closer look at this blue SUV and what it could be.
2016 has been the year of the E-Class with the sedan, wagon, All-Terrain wagon, and AMG-lite E43 all making their respective debuts. How do close out an impressive year? By revealing the maddest E-Class, the all new 2018 E63.
General Motors offered up their first SEMA teaser today in the form of the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Carhartt, which is only a concept show vehicle right now, but it looks like a special edition package that could easily see production – as it is a fairly mild concept for SEMA.
The Mopar crew is headed to SEMA next week and the menacing looking Dodge Challenger teased in the shadowy image above prefaces something exciting for the muscle car world – although it is hard to tell what that might be from this sole image.
Last week we brought you the first preview of a customized Ford F150 headed to the upcoming 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas and while that truck was built to rule the street – today’s SEMA-bound F150 has been built by Bojix Design to dominate the dirt.
As part of the ongoing tease of their cars coming to SEMA, Ford Motor Company has shown off a pair of customized Mustang GT coupes fitted with superchargers, packing a unique look and an output in excess of 825 horsepower from the relatively lightly modified 5.0L V8.
Well there you go Civic Si fans. According to Motor Trend and others, 2017 Honda Civic Si will be revealed to Honda fans in Los Angeles. And that’s all we know for sure about the 10th generation Civic Si.
For those of us that have experienced SEMA Show Las Vegas, a big hook as to attending the largest automotive aftermarket event in North America, is viewing the seemingly countless one-off custom cars and trucks.
Ford Motor Company has offered up artwork and brief details on a few of the F150 pickups which will line their sprawling display at the 2016 SEMA Show and today, I bring you a look at the high performance street machine built by Hulst Customs.
The Paris Auto show has featured a slew of introductions. Audi, for example, has introduced the restyled Q5 which features a new model, the SQ5, and a more powerful engine, a 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6.