Every year SEMA attracts hundreds of the world’s most excellently modified vehicles, from motorcycles that make you go “how does that work” to tuners so low you wonder how they can get over a speedbump…much less a pothole, SEMA is the place. But it’s not just the cars that make people come to the world’s largest aftermarket show for, there’s also the 4WDs. If there’s a single hot vehicle at this year’s SEMA show, it’s without a question the Jeep Wrangler JK—but there’s plenty of other vehicles here too. From rock crawlers, to rock racers, trophy trucks, and prerunners, almost everything is at SEMA—don’t miss it.
A nicely restored “uncut” Ford Bronco.
Overland Journal had their 2WD Ural Motorcycle and expedition-prepared Land Rover LR4 on display.
You’ll notice that Wranglers weren’t exactly uncommon at this year’s show.
The Outback Proven Toyota Tacoma, modified with accessories only built in Australia.
It’s green! It’s a Jeep! It’s a green Jeep!
Patrick Clark Racing is a Las Vegas-based shortcourse race team who had their truck on display.
ARB had their well-modified Jeep Wrangler JK on display with everything from a snorkel to bumpers and a Warn winch.
A vinyl-wrapped Jeep Wrangler JK on 37-inch tires. It looks like this one has its fair share of LED lighting as well.
BDS Suspension brought out their Tough Truck Challenge Jeep Liberty. It’s the most intense Liberty I’ve seen to date.
Jeep’s Flattop Concept vehicle was on display in the Dynatrac booth.
With all the lifted Wranglers surrounding SEMA, it was nice to see a clean 2-door Jeep Cherokee.
Doetsch Off Road built this matte grey Jeep Wrangler.
Expedition Overland is fresh from their Yukon Expedition and decided to show at this year’s show.
This Jeep Wrangler was equipped with a slant-back soft top and some accessories from Rugged Ridge.
ICON Vehicle Dynamics had their FJ Cruiser on hand showing off their wicked suspension kits.
“Hey, let’s put a roof top tent on it.”
Ironman 4×4 temporarily imported a 70-series Toyota Land Cruiser into the United States for their booth.
American Expedition Vehicle’s Dodge Ram Concept.
Big wheels and lightbars anyone?
Shannon Campbell’s rock racer—can you say beautiful?
Filled with carbon fiber parts and a supercharged engine, we’re sure this Jeep moves.
WARN had their new AEV Double Cab Brute on display.
Somehow, Fox Racing Suspension had a Toyota HiLux in their booth—we’re curious how.
Outback Proven displayed a wonderfully restored right hand drive Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40.
It’s green and it has a grill—move over.
Equipped with huge Mickey Thompson mud tires, we’re sure this Jeep has no problem in the soft stuff.
Lifted duallys were a thing this year at SEMA—can you say epic toy hauler?
Local Motors brought their “Miss Behavin'” Rally Fighter. They’re fun, trust us.
You can read more about this modified Jeep Wrangler TJ in our other show coverage.
Hellwig’s well-modified, and used, Jeep Wrangler LJ.
Who doesn’t love the Dodge MegaCab?
Simple and dark, this Jeep JK was well built.
Unfortunately for FJ Cruiser fans, the vehicles were sparse at the show.
Spikes! And orange! What a Toyota Tundra!
This is a bit different from the Range Rover Classics you usually see.
We’d love to take this racer for a spin.
Check this Willys out on the main page!
Mickey Thompson’s desert racer.