Another day here at SEMA in Las Vegas and we’re continuing to see some exciting tuning projects. We’ve stumbled upon a pimped out F10 M5, a tasteful modded M6, a blacked out M Coupe and even a Z4 GT3 from Turner Motorsport.
Every year, for SEMA, car companies and specialty tuners bring the coolest and craziest modified cars one can only imagine. The SEMA Show is expected to host more than 60,000 buyers of aftermarket car parts and the introduction of more than 2,000 new products.
The SEMA show is closed to the public. But after the show, a new event will allow the public to inspect and witness the performance capabilities of many of the vehicles on display. People can also see vehicles involved in performance activities outside the convention center.
Here is our photo gallery from Day 3 – you can catch the full coverage here.