The Fox Marketing IS-F has been making the rounds in the car show circuit for a while now, but it's gone back under the knife for SEMA.
It now yields somewhere north of 600 horsepower, thanks to a twin-turbo kit. 600 ponies aren't of much use, but the most random feature on the spec sheet is the full set of Callaway golf clubs in the trunk. Go figure.
Dodge has flatly stated that they are not building a convertible variant of the Challenger, but that hasn't stopped Coach Builders Ltd from chopping the top off a perfectly good specimen of Detroit muscle and making its own.
There are sure to be more than a few Challengers on display at SEMA, including a 900 horsepower model.
Green must be the official color of SEMA this year; that would explain the flood of green cars and this electric Ford F-150.
PML Flightlink has equipped this big green machine with an electric motor in each wheel, for a total of four. Hub-mounted motors eliminate the complexity of driveshafts and differentials, but cost more because of the extra motors. We can't wait to get a closer look at this one.
Hyundai is putting its best foot forward with the new Genesis sedan and putting donor cars in the hands of tuners for this year's SEMA. This specimen, customized by RK Sport, features custom paint, TSW alloy wheels, a new Baer performance brake system, K&N performance air filter, a new Eibach lowering springs system, and a new Magnaflow performance exhaust.
We can only hope the real deal looks as good as this sketch.