A hydrogen-powered car inspired by "Back to the Future" and a pair of the craziest minivans you've ever seen round out an epic array of Toyota customs at the 2015 SEMA Show.
Custom cars and specialist auto products from the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
From drag-racing pony cars to SUVs outfitted for exploration and hot hatchbacks focused on performance, Ford showcases the many ways enthusiasts make its cars their own.
Lexus offers five different takes on its sportiest models in Las Vegas. Somehow, they all end up looking more or less the same...
Kia usually has some of the most ambitious, high-concept OEM customs at the SEMA Show. This year was no exception.
Rusty Slammington is a 1985 BMW 535i that's been reimagined as an homage to vintage FIA Group 5 racing. What you see is the result of four years of hard work after the car was nearly lost to a garage fire.
Honda leaves the sport compacts in the garage for this year's SEMA show, instead focusing on crossovers, SUVs and its new pickup truck.
Honda's luxury subsidiary Acura take the stage at SEMA 2015 to showcase customized sedans ranging from a decades-old Legend to new and wild ILX.
Hyundai and Bisimoto Engineering build a tremendous turbocharged Tucson crossover, and that's just the first of the six customs the automaker's brought to the 2015 SEMA show.
The 2016 MX-5 Miata is already quite light, but Mazda goes even lighter at the SEMA Show with two conceptual takes on the roadster.
This chopped tuner car survived a freak garage fire, but four years later, it's returned as an homage to vintage racing.