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Auto Shows Sneaking into SEMA 2017 After Curfew -- Behind The Scenes Gallery

16:22  03 november  2017
16:22  03 november  2017 Source:   hotrod.com

Kia Stinger Gets Wider, Lower, And Meaner For SEMA

  Kia Stinger Gets Wider, Lower, And Meaner For SEMA Hopefully it's more powerful, too.Among the many outrageous aftermarket vehicles that will be on display at this year’s SEMA show in Vegas – including this Hemi-powered Dodge Polara rat rod – even Kia is getting in on the action with a unique build all its own. Together with West Coast Customs, the marque will show off a wide-body version of its brand new Stinger sports sedan – and it looks mean as hell.

Written by Phillip Thomas on November 1, 2017 . Facebook. Twitter. Google Plus. We snuck into the show after the crowds left for the night to show you a little SEMA serenity without the crowds and chaos.

We snuck into the show after the crowds left for the night to show you a little SEMA serenity without the crowds and chaos. Behind the Scenes Gallery From The 2015 NPC | NPC News Online - npcnewsonline.com.

With thousands of booths and hundreds of cars, SEMA is an absolute monster. Each year, the aftermarket industry descends upon the Las Vegas Convention Center like a tornado in a trailer park to shake hands and share notes on the latest parts, styling trends, and builds from all over the industry. With that size often comes a little mayhem, but that's to be expected in any Vegas adventure. We snuck into the show after the crowds left for the night to show you a little SEMA serenity without the crowds and chaos.

Behind the Curtain at SEMA 2017 .
<p>It stands for the Specialty Equipment Market Association, which has been presenting the show since 1967.</p>LAS VEGAS – Bring in thousands of the hottest show cars around. Set up a drifting track. Bring in auto celebrities like Mario Andretti, Chip Foose, and Ken Block. Then add all the coolest stuff ever made for cars, and you’ve got the SEMA Show.

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