Whether you fancy trendy city cars or crazy customs ripped from a comic book, there are plenty to go
Chevrolet's Camaro may have been voted the Hottest Car at SEMA 2011, but in Chevy's own booth, the Sonic stole the show.
Toyota's hot-pink Yaris B-Spec looks even more diminutive in a booth filled with off-road-capable Tundras and Tacomas.
According to the company, it will now post lower revenue and its margins will shrink thanks to a holdup of shipments at U.S. customs.
Hyundai celebrates its newest sport compact at the 2011 SEMA Show by letting the tuner crowd go crazy modifying it.
The smartphones' legal limbo has been lifted and shipments are moving in to the U.S. unrestrained, the company says.
Nintendo commissioned the construction of two full-size Karts to celebrate the launch of the Mario Kart 7 game for the 3DS handheld.
Ford will spotlight a selection of custom Focus and Fiesta hatchbacks at the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Ford gives us a sneak peek at the veritable fleet of Focuses and Fiestas that it's bringing to the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
In a little-noticed amendment to the cards incoming visitors must fill out on entering the country, a question about porn appears. The government confirms it can search your laptop for it.
We feast our eyes on the enormously reflective, glowing vehicular artwork that is Monster's Tron-inspired Audi R8, a chrome-plated car tricked out by West Coast Customs.