SEMA 2010: Scion tC Tuner Challenge
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Coverage of the 2010 Scion tC Tuner Challenge at the 2010 SEMA Autoshow in
Las Vegas. Shot on an iPhone 4...pardon the shake.
2011 Shelby Mustang GT500: "Ford a Different Breed" - Autoguide.com Review
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SEMA 2010: Mugen CR-Z / Hybrid-R Concept Unveiling
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The first, a CR-Z equipped with Mugen accessories, will actually be
available as a series of dealer installed parts sold as one kit.
he CR-Z Hybrid R concept car was also unveiled, and was described as
road-going version of the CR-Z Hybrid racer, although it's decidedly biased
towards the "tuner" side of the auto world.
SEMA 2010: 2011 Redline Dodge Charger
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Having just officially announced the new 2011 Charger last week, Dodge has
unveiled a special RedLine version of the car at the annual SEMA Show in
Las Vegas. Built by Mopar's "Underground" division the car is based on the
5.7-liter HEMI R/T model and gets a long list of upgrades.
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WORLD'S MOST EXTREME LIFTED TRUCKS at SEMA!!
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Daddy Like: Swagger Wagon Supreme
Check out the Swagger Wagon Supreme, freshly unveiled at SEMA in Las Vegas.
The Sienna Dad was able to make it out to check out all the exciting new
features that the Swagger Wagon Supreme has in store. You have to see it to
2011 Dodge Charger R/T Redline Concept (2010 SEMA Auto Show)
Among Chrysler's homage to the storied past at this year's SEMA Show is
this 2011 Dodge Charger Redline Concept -- the Charger that Mopar
Underground would build if it could. The crimson four-door sits an inch
lower to the ground over 22-inch Super Alloy wheels, all the better to keep
your eyes on the black roof. Other trim pieces include the black spoilers
fore and aft, tinted head- and taillights and a black side scoop to take
you back to the 1970 Dodge Charger R/T.
Under the aluminum hood is a 5.7-liter Hemi wearing Mopar headers, as well
as a cold-air intake and Exhaust. Come
shimmy and shake time, things are kept in better check by a Mopar strut
tower brace. A black and red interior fills out the theme, aluminum bezels
and Katzkin leather keeping it swish and prototype paddle shifters keep it
1970 RT Charger "Street Shaker"
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Jay Leno's 1970 Challenger
Part of the success of the initial offering of the Challenger (it outsold
all pony cars that year except leaders Mustang and Camaro) was the multitude of
engine options available for the car. 1970 and 1971 would prove to be the
only two years of real performance for the car, as tougher emission
standards would require Dodge to take away many performance options by
1972. But in 1971, Challenger buyers could choose from nine different
engine options. In fact the only engine Dodge offered that was not
available for the Challenger that year was the smallest available, a 198
CID slant six-cylinder.
Instead, the standard engine for base model Challengers was a 225 CID slant
six that produced 145 horsepower. This could be
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1969. Dodge offered Special Edition trim for those that wanted to make
their Challenger a little more luxurious. Appropriately branded the SE trim
package, Dodge marketed the luxury models as "the little limousine." The
package could be added to both the base and R/T models, and included a
vinyl roof, "honest-to-goodness real leather facings on the seats," and an
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Supercars at SEMA 2010
We've showcased many of the major automakers' one-off customizations
specifically for the tuner crowd here at SEMA, but the vast majority of the
show is populated by companies specializing in technology, performance
upgrades, and of course, wheels. After all, when it comes to beautifully
designed supercars, why mess with success by adding a body kit or even more
power when you can personalize your go-fast machine with a set of unique,
That said, the SEMA show is chocked full of companies who will sell you
incomprehensible amounts of custom wheels, and we've pointed out cameras at
a slew of supercars riding on modified rollers.
Top 10 Most Ridiculous Rides of SEMA 2011
Josh Jacquot of Edmunds.com showcases the Top 10 Most Ridiculous Rides of
SEMA 2011. These vehicles didn't just cross the line; they saw it, backed
up and took a running start to jump over it. SEMA wouldn't be the same
without them. Comment or send a video response telling us your vote for the
most ridiculous ride of SEMA 2011.
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