For those who do not know what the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is, it is basically a melting pot of manufactures, retailers, distributors, car clubs, publishers, race teams and much more in one spot showing off their rides and new products for everyone in the automotive industry. With over 2 million square feet of space, we did a lot of walking to try and check out as much as we can. There was so much to see, you learn to check out everything hall by hall and hope you don’t miss anything cool. Not to mention, everything outside that was open to the public, for example the DUB Show area and the test track that provided test drives and racing for everyone.
There were a couple of rides that stood out this year for me like the Liberty Walk Wide Body Nissan GTR, Deviant Art Lexus IS 300 F-Sport and a few more you just need to look in the gallery. Not to mention a lot of mods for the Scion FR-S platform was very popular this year. If you know me, the cars and products are always cool, but the models are just as important. From the magazines from Lowrider to PASMAG, the top cover models from your favorite magazines were on hand showing off their goods. Until next year SEMA, hope everyone enjoys the pics.
Photos by Manny Santiago