If you couldn’t already tell from our Instagram updates, the Modbargains.com team is out on the show floor at the SEMA Show 2013. We wouldn’t be real enthusiasts if we didn’t offer you guys a glimpse into the future of the aftermarket by sharing our SEMA 2013 Show coverage with you guys, so take a look at some of the photos straight from the show floor in Vegas.
While it’s a lot like being a kid in the world’s biggest Candy Store, SEMA isn’t all spokesmodels and showcars – the SEMA show is serious business too. So, after taking a moment to take it all in, Michael, Eric, Ron, and Mike put on their workin’ hats on and got to walking the show floor to talk with the community and visit vendors to get a look at the latest automotive styling trends and the newest products they have to offer.
While SEMA is serious business too, we don’t want to bore you guys with all business talk, so check out some of the cars featured at SEMA that stood out to the team!
As we walked the show, we noticed that the F30 is becoming a popular platform for industry and private builds alike.
Of course, it wouldn’t be SEMA without outrageous, ridiculous builds – so not all cars on display were as “tame” as the first few we shared. This Audi S7 was sitting proper on an AccuAir setup in their booth.
While Honda had us all fooled thinking the integrated in-Car vacuum was the breakthrough of the year for the 2014 Honda Odyssey, this Odyssey built by Bisimoto boasts a positively ludicrous turbo mill that churns out well over 1000HP! Unlike most crazy, 1000hp turbo builds, the Odyssey still hosts its full interior – so you and all five of your children and the dog can dominate the quartermile. Aside from the wheels and lowered stance, from the outside you’d never know what was lurking under the hood. This thing is the definition of SLEEPER.
Of course, the real darling of the show this year was the Scion FR-S/Subaru BR-Z/Toyota GT86. The Toyobaru triplets were there in force, showcasing Scion’s latest design efforts and those of the aftermarket. This rear fascia setup is both exceptionally clean and mean. A set of Valenti tail lights would be a perfect match for it, don’t you think?
Check out the rest of our SEMA 2013 photo coverage below!