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SEMA 2012

The 2013 ILX sedan has developed a bit of a chip on its shoulder ... Acura recently showed its entry-level four-door in two powerful tunes for its first trip to the SEMA Show in more than half a decade. Both tunes juice and streamline the ILX, one for endurance racing and one for the street. Read More
Hyundai has shown off a new version of its Veloster at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas. Unlike many of the interesting cars shown off at SEMA, this one is actually going into production. The Veloster RE:MIX is scheduled to bring its interesting style elements to U.S. dealerships in December. Read More

In a world of watered-down soccer mom and programmer dad SUVs and small crossovers, the Toyota FJ Cruiser remains one of the few options that’s not afraid to go head to head with mud, dirt, boulders and whatever else Mother Nature throws at it in a rage. With the help of Toyota's performance arm Toyota Racing Development (TRD), the FJ is now even more eager to leave the asphalt in its dusty wake – behold the one-off FJ-S. Read More

Kitted out hatchbacks and small cars are great, but it's muscle cars that sing loudest when smothered with aftermarket love. It's nice to see that Ford will be using the official aftermarket auto show, SEMA, to highlight a few new Mustangs. Read More

The Hyundai Veloster is a sporty hatch, but it's far from the most aggressive car on the road. Or is it? With a few engine upgrades and new components, Hyundai shows just how mean and race-ready the Veloster can be. Read More

The SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) auto show is right around the corner and all the car manufacturers are lining up to showcase their newest pieces of technology, with Chevrolet being no exception. Chevy has already shown off most of its SEMA lineup, although it did leave a couple of surprises for the show, which kicks off on October 30th in Las Vegas. Read More
Chrysler Group will be bringing two dozen customized vehicles to this year's SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The show doesn't get underway until the end of the month, but Chrysler has provided a sneak preview of eight of its models. The Jeep Wrangler Sand Trooper and Dodge Charger Juiced are among the vehicles that get "Moparized." Read More
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