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Anything can be tricked-out at SEMA, including this Autonet in-car internet system. Bling, bling.
DUB, big wheel and skinny tire enthusiasts, had a whole pavilion of vehicles with--you guessed it--big wheels and skinny tires.
DUB also had this silver and pink Mercedes-Benz on display. If your think this vehicle is too pink, wait until you see the next one!
The guys at West Coast Customs had this pink Bentley on display. Pink must be the new black.
Or maybe black is the new black, because this dark Audi R8, also modded by West Coast Customs, is beautifully sinister.
I never thought I'd say this, but I really want this Yaris. Five Axis has yanked out everything that doesn't matter to driving, including the rear and passenger seats and created this Yaris Speedster.
Believe it or not, this vehicle in Ford's booth started it's life as a Mustang.
Ford brought out many different examples of modified Flexes, including this one sitting on 24s with a full 10-piece carbon fiber body kit.
Artist Tristan Eaton was on-hand, customizing a pair of Ford Flex roofs with artwork.
Galpin Auto Sports customized this Flex with an eye-popping orange paint job and full JL audio system.
Galpin Auto Sports also built this turbocharged Honda Accord coupe for Honda.
The PPI Razor subtly improves on the R8's already smooth silhouette.
This Subaru Impreza STi was modified by Seibon, makers of carbon fiber components.
It uses a material called dry carbon, which uses less resin than wet carbon for an even lighter weight and a sweet matte finish.
The Ford Transit is only available in Europe, so why would Ford be displaying one at SEMA in Las Vegas?
Recognize this vehicle? Look again. It's a pimped-out Prius.
Sure this Hummer with snow treads runs on biodiesel, but does it really belong in the "Making Green Cool" section?
If you've ever wondered what a convertible Dodge Challenger would look like, wonder no more.
This one-off model is a custom job, so don't expect to see anything like this on your showroom floor.
This monstrosity started life as a BMW 6-series, then Alpine--makers of car audio equipment--got its hands on it.
Geez, where do you even sit?
Here's another tricked out Yaris, but this model has another trick up its sleeve.
If you can look past the speakers, the amps, and the hideous green color, you'll see a small badge that denotes that this Yaris runs off of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG).
The Toyota Venza should be hitting American shores in early 2009. This SportLux model is modified with big chrome wheels and an extremely loud stereo.
If you needed proof that anyone can mod anything at SEMA here's a suped-up Toyota Sienna.
This vehicle was modified to be a handicap accessible racer and comes equipped with a sport powerchair and a retractable ramp.
Evangelists for the Zuumer electric scooter were on hand for demonstrations.
This little EV has two removable rechargeable batteries, stands on its own, and even includes an alarm. It also has an estimated range of about 25 miles.