SEMA 2015


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Neon Lights, Flames, Burnouts, Celebrities, Models, and of course the hottest cars. That is just a taste of what makes SEMA such an exciting show. This year MadWhips will be covering the show live so you can enjoy the action at home!


Annually, the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) holds one of the best automotive events of the year in Las Vegas. As the name suggests, automotive aftermarket companies of all kind assemble together to put on one fantastic show. These companies all put their best foot forward to showcase themselves and their products to the rest of the automotive industry. OEM’s get in on the action too by displaying their hottest, newest cars customized by other aftermarket companies.

We will be covering the insanity on all of our social media platforms. Make sure you follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for highlights, as well as Persicope and SnapChat for exclusive live coverage!

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Here are some of the notable cars to look out for at the show:

Ring Brothers’ Mustangs

Ring Brothers will be bringing two highly tuned restomod Mustangs. The first is a 1965 Mustang with a full carbon-fiber body. Dubbed Espionage, this wide-body custom ‘stang will sport a 959 hp Whipple-supercharged 416 C.I V8. The other Mustang the Brothers will bring is called “SPLITR”. It is also a 1965 mustang, however this one is powered by a more conventional carbureted 427 C.I Ford Racing V8.


Nissan GT-R N-Attack

The GT-R N-Attack performance package will be on display at the 2015 SEMA show. Appropriately named due to Nissan’s extensive testing at the Nurburgring Nordschleife, the N-Attack hosts a sleuth of upgrades to the regular GT-R Nismo. Aerodynamic upgrades such as a massive rear spoiler and other body modifications are fitted, as well as suspension upgrades, and lightweight yet heavily bolstered seats help this GT-R achieve a 7:08 lap time at the Nurburgring



Hyundai Veloster Turbo BTR Edition

The wonderfully insane people over at Blood Type Racing got their hands on a dreary Hyundai Veloster Turbo and turned it into one truly ridiculous machine. Boasting “over 500 horsepower” from a tiny 1.6 L turbo four banger, BTR did extensive work under the hood so that the car wouldn’t try cannibalizing itself under full throttle. The sinister black/crimson paint scheme works well with this beast.


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