Where's YOUR 9-second electric drag car, Elon?
FCA's custom muscle car gets a thumping 1,000-horsepower, 7.0-liter V8.
FCA's newest engine delivers 1,000 supercharged horsepower and 950 pound-feet of torque.
It's packing a hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain and a pizza oven. What more do you need?
Want to go down the Rubicon Trail in your Kia Telluride? These concepts hint at that possibility.
You're not seeing things. Those are Civic Type R seats.
A new turbocharger, exhaust and intake helped the 2.0-liter engine add 73 horsepower.
VW handed three new Jettas to three builders to see what they could do with the entry-level sedan's sedate looks.
The Project Clubsport 23 focuses on performance while the Ultimate Service Titan works to help save lives.
This baby has everything you need to go off-grid for as long as you want.
I wonder where Hennessey's going to get tires capable of that speed.
Take one Ford Raptor, add two 20-inch wheels and a screaming 605 horsepower engine and you get the Velociraptor, the latest from Hennessey.
Chevrolet is driving hard into the development of aftermarket performance parts for the already capable ZR2 off-road pick up truck.
This is possibly the most 'Murican of all American trucks.
Building on the Tucson Sport, this small-batch crossover adds some impressive upgrades to the mix.
Hyundai brought the world's fastest hybrid, two sports customs and a rock crawler to SEMA, but they all live in the shadow of a 1,000-plus horsepower Santa Fe with room for the whole family.
A 1971 Challenger with 2017 fasciae, a 1966 CJ body on a TJ frame and a Durango with Viper seats -- they're all part of Mopar's SEMA lineup, and they're all pretty nuts.
While wandering the halls, we noticed a great deal of attention paid toward the three types of vehicles mentioned here. So, naturally, we snapped some pics of the cars we found to be the most popular amongst the trend-setting youth, or whatever.
We'd break the site if we tried to put every single wacky car, truck or bike design in this gallery, so we hand-picked some of our favorites from the aftermarket show here in Vegas.
Cars of all shapes and sizes litter the SEMA floor, but supercars have an especially strong presence. Let's see why they're all here at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Sitting anywhere remotely near the ground is so overrated. Why not upgrade your ride to something that flies a bit higher? These are some of our favorite lifted pickups and SUVs from the 2016 SEMA show.
Do you like forced induction? Do you like shoving thousands of horsepower into the pavement? You're going to love the collection of massive superchargers and turbochargers on display at SEMA.
Chevrolet's hallowed factory-order dragster returns for the car's sixth generation, and it's just as crazy as the previous models.
Chevrolet used this car as a platform, mimicking the steps an amateur drag racer might take as he or she slowly builds a quicker and quicker car.
Featuring a turbocharged I4 engine and plenty of mods to enhance agility, the Turbo AutoX concept isn't about straight-line racing at all.
Not into surfing? The Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Hurley Concept will try to change your mind with a surf-shop aesthetic.
Featuring a few little additions to an existing product line, this is by far Chevrolet's tamest concept at the SEMA aftermarket trade show.
The SEMA show is probably the only place in the world where a Prius that corners like a 'Vette and the "world's fastest SUV" are just par for the course.
One is a lightweight roadster. One is a matte-black targa coupe. Both are amazing.
The Hurst Kenne Bell R-Code Mustang takes Ford's pony car and throws a whole bunch of kit at it, and the result is a 750-horsepower show stopper.
BMW is once again bringing its wheeled collection of upgrade parts to SEMA. Let's put on our night-vision goggles and attempt to figure out what these teasers portend.