SEMA is the biggest show in the world for aftermarket parts, and custom car builders and designers. Apart from a few big brands like Toyota and Ford who have a stand, you’ll struggle to find a stock car at the show. Even our own Motul booth had two very nice builds on display. Here are the stars of SEMA.
There is a thing called a SEMA car. This is a car that companies have been building on for months just to show it off at SEMA in Las Vegas, and here’s the catch … These cars don’t even have to run. No such problem for our two SEMA cars. Those of you who visited the stand will have admired the Corvette ZR-1 and the Porsche 993 RWB, both sporting a beautiful Motul livery.
The Corvette ZR-1 is no slouch in stock form, yet Nür Performance thought they could do better, fitting a Corsa Extreme Axle Back Exhaust and Corsa Headers, HP Tuners, FBO Camshafts and a RAM air intake to make the engine breathe a bit better. But these are the parts you don’t see. The outside is relished in a carbon fibre bit from APR like the massive rear wing and the Weapon X-7 diffuser.
And if you thought that wasn’t extreme enough, we were proud to present our second SEMA car. The incredibly wild Porsche 993 RWB. Like all RWBs, this car is a masterpiece straight from the hands of builder RWB-sensei Akira Nakai. This car is called the RWB Hawaii 1 and it’s the first RWB that will go to Hawaii. The RWB Porsches are famous, but they do polarize the air-cooled community.
Here are some of the other great cars on display: