Yesterday we brought you photographic highlights from one of the world’s largest auto aftermarket shows. As the event is currently underway in Las Vegas, we bring you our 2019 SEMA Show gallery part 2. Click here to check out a very cool bike-engined Honda, built by a fan that is on display at the Honda booth.
View more Double Apex Galleries here.
The Baja 911 has a custom-built 3,8-litre air-cooled engine. It sits on 15×7 FIA approved wheels wrapped with 30-inch tall all-terrain tyres and has 300 mm of wheel travel thanks to the use of billet aircraft aluminum spindles, a-arms and a box plate chromoly trailing arm suspension. The Baja 911 is planned for low-volume customer-tailored production builds beginning in early 2020.
This widebody BMW E30 was built by Rebellion Forge Racing. It’s 6,0-litre GM-sourced V8 motor features a distinctive 8-1 custom exhaust. Custom wheels and a one-off bodykit are set off by distinctive green paint.
Chevrolet E-10 Concept imagines the future of hot rodding. The 1962 C-10 pickup truck is powered by an electric crate package offering approximately 340 kW. E-10 Concept is powered by two 400-volt batteries housed in the bin. The E-10 is said to deliver 0-100 km/h times of around 5 seconds and quarter-mile times in the high 13-second range. The E-10 has a sound emulator complete with three speakers to simulate an induction sound in the front and two banks of a V8 engine in the back of the vehicle.
The BB355TT is a widebody 355 that boasts a twin-turbocharged 3,5-litre V8 that is good for 450 kW. It has a carbon-fibre wing, splitter and F430 Scuderia rear diffuser. The interior of the BB355TT features a six-point roll cage, carbon-fibre fixed back seats and a digital display. The lowered suspension consists of an Accuair E-Level management system.
Not everything at SEMA is modded up the wazoo. This Mk1 Ford Escort looks as fresh as the day it left the factory.
This bespoke creation features a heavily boosted V8 motor. The company responsible for its creation, Speedkore, dyno tested it to a power output of over 1130 kW from the twin-turbo motor. That grunt is delivered to all four wheels via a custom all-wheel-drive system. Every body panel of this car bonnet, bumpers, fenders, rear spoiler, and rear diffuser are all fashioned from lightweight carbon-fibre.
Mercedes-Benz purists better look away now. This 190E Evo II is powered by a twin-turbocharged V8 from GM. The interior is motorsport-inspired with race buckets up front kitted with harnesses and a roll-cage to protect occupants.
Restomods played a major role in this year’s show. This Corvette has the fuel-injected heart of a modern car, as well as larger wheels and brakes.
This widended BMW 2002 is a full-on track monster. Massive slicks help transmit power from the turbocharged S55 motor.