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SEMA 2011: Complete coverage

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SEMA stands for Specialty Equipment Market Association, and its annual show is the biggest automotive specialty products trade event on the planet. Every year, SEMA takes Las Vegas by storm, with a total floor surface of about 18 football fields.

As usual, the SEMA event is not open to the general public, but that doesn’t stop automotive manufacturers from presenting a few kitted-out versions of their most popular models, given the media coverage generated by the show.

Hyundai Veloster goes Frankenstein!

Day 3 Photo Gallery

Chevy Camaro takes top spot, again

The best that matte has to offer

Rotiform wheels for the win

Five Axis' voluptuous Lexus GS F Sport

Day 2 Photo Gallery

Mazda unveils explosive Turbo2

Chevrolet Sonics for all tastes

Eye Candy from Galpin Auto Sports

Day 1 Photo Gallery

First steps on the show floor

Sublime Fox Marketing 2012 Honda Civic Si Coupe

Hyundai's 450-hp RM500 Genesis Coupe

Ford Mustang orgy

A surprising Mazda MX-5 Spyder

Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Concept

Kia launches 6 sports-themed models

Six Toyotas take the show by storm

Lexus GS 350 F Sport primed for SEMA splash