It’s that time of year again, folks: SEMA. And as we’re forced to embrace a more homogenised car industry with all the platform sharing, one-size-fits-all drivetrains and look-a-like spec lines, the world’s largest annual tuning convention starts to stand out even further. SEMA is the ultimate expression of the possible creativity and individualism that can be applied to car, just – normally – with some spangly diamonds and big wheels on top.
And once again we’ve been braving the sweaty halls of Las Vegas’ Convention Centre to bring you the good, bad and ugly of the current state of the modifying scene. So soak up the aero madness of the Toyota Starlet above, take a deep breath and click forth into the crazy kaleidoscope known as Supraville, we mean SEMA.
Photography: Mark Riccioni