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SEMA 2016 - Our picks

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SEMA is a platform for manufacturers to show off their fun sides and for aftermarket companies to display their wares with wild custom creations. This year the cars truly lived up to that promise, signaling that the tuning industry is far from stagnation. Here are our favourites.

Toyota LandSpeed Cruiser - a 2000 horsepower twin turbo V8 monster with an estimated top speed of 200 MPH. Official test will confirm top speed, so far has managed to do 167 MPH.
Chevrolet Colorado ZH2, powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, officially enters Chevy into the alternative fuel race. Bonkers? Yep.
Dodge showed off an AWD concept Challenger. How disappointed will Dodge owners be when they can’t do proper burnouts?
Acura went with a race spec NSX complete with trailer hooked to an MDX SUV. Signals a return to competition in Le Mans GT3 class.
Honda displayed several tuned versions of the new Civic, showing off its tuning potential.
Mazda brought out a pair of wild track inspired MX5s. Fun, if you like bugs in your face at 100 MPH.
Ryan Tureck’s Gumout GT4586 is a Ferrari 458 V8 powered Toyota GT86 with custom everything. Better than an LS1 swap just because of the soundtrack.
Lexus claims the LC500 will easily handle more than 800 HP on stock internals, and their SEMA entry...didn’t have that. Still, could it fill the gap till the Supra lands?

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