130 sweet rides from the 2011 SEMA Show

Whether you're into European or Asian imports, muscle cars or trucks, there's something for everyone at the 2011 SEMA Show. We've rounded up more than 130 photos in our mega-gallery!

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Whether you're into European or Asian imports, muscle cars or trucks, there's something for everyone at the 2011 SEMA Show. Antuan Goodwin/CNET

The 2011 SEMA Show has come to a close, but I've still got an SD card full of photos of the hundreds of wild rides displayed there.

With that in mind, I've rounded up 130 photos of some of the hottest rides found on the floor of the SEMA Show. The cars have been split into four bite-size categories for quick navigation.

There were plenty of Asian imports to be found, with styles ranging from VIP to street tuner to race ready. This was the first year that I was able to check out the anime-inspired Itasha style in person--it's definitely an assault on the eyes. Fans of Asian imports will also want to check out our galleries of the cars from Hyundai, Scion, and Honda, as well.

The world of domestics was equally varied. Fans of high-powered muscle cars, flashy donks with spinning wheels, and classic hot rods all found a home among the rides displayed at the show. Meanwhile, the domestic automakers themselves had a big presence showcasing their smallest cars. Check out our Chevrolet and Ford galleries for a closer look.

The show wasn't all muscle cars and tuners, however. European imports and exotics were a force to be reckoned with as well, particularly in the wheel and tire hall and outside at the DUB Live experience. Be sure to check out the selection of modified Porsches, BMWs, and Audis in the gallery below.

Although, the various automakers at the show placed a focus on their smallest rides, the enthusiasts seemed fixated on the biggest, and trucks and SUVs made up a much larger percentage of the vehicles on display at the show. Check out the gallery below for a selection of my favorites.

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