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