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Crazy Toy­ota leads the stars at wild SEMA Ve­gas tun­ing show

THE an­nual Spe­cialty Equipment Mar­ket As­so­ci­a­tion (SEMA) show took place in Las Ve­gas last week. The expo is closed to the pub­lic, and in­stead fo­cuses on in­dus­try traders and au­to­mo­tive me­dia – show­cas­ing the lat­est in after­mar­ket tun­ing, in­te­rior tweaks and per­for­mance up­grades.

How­ever, un­like other mod­i­fied car shows, SEMA is reg­u­larly at­tended by in­ter­na­tional car gi­ants such as Honda and Toy­ota, as well as Ford, Audi and BMW. This year was no dif­fer­ent, with brands us­ing the event as a plat­form to launch new sportin­spired ac­ces­sory packs, crazy con­cept cars and high-end pro­duc­tion ve­hi­cles.

Here’s our round-up of the very best man­u­fac­turer mod­els at SEMA 2017.

■ We round up high­lights from top mod­i­fied car show in Ve­gas

Toy­ota, Honda lead the way “Brands use SEMA as a plat­form to launch new sport-in­spired ac­ces­sory packs and crazy con­cepts”

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