Autonet

Anything can be tricked-out at SEMA, including this Autonet in-car internet system. Bling, bling.

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DUB Lamborghinis

DUB, big wheel and skinny tire enthusiasts, had a whole pavilion of vehicles with--you guessed it--big wheels and skinny tires.

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DUB Pink Mercedes

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!

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Pink WCC Bentley

The guys at West Coast Customs had this pink Bentley on display. Pink must be the new black.

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WCC R8

Or maybe black is the new black, because this dark Audi R8, also modded by West Coast Customs, is beautifully sinister.

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Five Axis Yaris

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.

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Believe it or not, this vehicle in Ford's booth started it's life as a Mustang.

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Ford Flex

Ford brought out many different examples of modified Flexes, including this one sitting on 24s with a full 10-piece carbon fiber body kit.

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Tristan Eaton

Artist Tristan Eaton was on-hand, customizing a pair of Ford Flex roofs with artwork.

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Galpin

Galpin Auto Sports customized this Flex with an eye-popping orange paint job and full JL audio system.

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Galpin Auto Sports also built this turbocharged Honda Accord coupe for Honda.

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The PPI Razor subtly improves on the R8's already smooth silhouette.

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This Subaru Impreza STi was modified by Seibon, makers of carbon fiber components.

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It uses a material called dry carbon, which uses less resin than wet carbon for an even lighter weight and a sweet matte finish.

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The Ford Transit is only available in Europe, so why would Ford be displaying one at SEMA in Las Vegas?

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Recognize this vehicle? Look again. It's a pimped-out Prius.

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Sure this Hummer with snow treads runs on biodiesel, but does it really belong in the "Making Green Cool" section?

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If you've ever wondered what a convertible Dodge Challenger would look like, wonder no more.

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This one-off model is a custom job, so don't expect to see anything like this on your showroom floor.

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This monstrosity started life as a BMW 6-series, then Alpine--makers of car audio equipment--got its hands on it.

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Geez, where do you even sit?

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Here's another tricked out Yaris, but this model has another trick up its sleeve.

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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).

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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.

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If you needed proof that anyone can mod anything at SEMA here's a suped-up Toyota Sienna.

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This vehicle was modified to be a handicap accessible racer and comes equipped with a sport powerchair and a retractable ramp.

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Evangelists for the Zuumer electric scooter were on hand for demonstrations.

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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.

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