Accessorized trucks and SUVs took to the 2018 SEMA auto accessories and gear show in Las Vegas with the latest in aftermarket performance possibilities.
Kia’s all-new Telluride large crossover will carry eight passengers and have enough power and capability to venture off-road.
Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s in-house accessories arm attributes 50 percent of its sales to Jeep Wrangler and Ram 1500, but there’s still room for growth.
Chevrolet displayed a new V8 engine with up to 420 horsepower suited for classic trucks at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
With an estimated 345 horsepower, Graham Rahal’s tuned Acura RDX A-Spec continues the trend of sport-inspired SUVs that lean heavily on performance.
Chevrolet unveiled its Colorado ZR2 AEV concept truck with unique bumpers, skid protection and off-road tires at the SEMA show on Tuesday.
While the SEMA Show is all business, the customized vehicles on display demonstrate the best customization of trucks and other vehicles.
The giant Specialty Equipment Market Association in Las Vegas features the exhibits of more than 2,400 manufacturers of automotive parts and hundreds of concept cars.
The Specialty Equipment Market Assn. is the world’s largest aftermarkets parts show, but vehicle manufacturers also show off new truck and car models galore.
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