It's a wide world after all - especially here at SEMA 2014! It seems as if the widebody bug has hit a good amount of feature cars in all makes and models - checkout some of the best below:
Our friends over at Vorsteiner brought out their latest creation: The Vorsteiner GTRS4 widens the platform by 4 inches up front and 7 inches in the rear. Automotive viagra LOL.
Some say he can be credited for starting the over fender craziness, Nakai-San and the crew at RWB had the Sekund Entwicklung RWB Los Angeles vehicle in the iForged Wheels booth.
Also adding to the widebody madness, TraKyoto and the Rocketbunny Lexus RCF. The hashtag #rocketbunnyeverywhere has been going around, but this is the first kit we're seeing on the RC-F and I must say, it's works extremely well.
Also by TraKyoto, featured in the Nitto Tires booth - the Rocketbunny NSX. Wrapped in chrome blue, this was quite the show stopper - definitely gives an aggressive update to the almost 24 year old platform.
The Hawk Performance booth had a custom widebody Porsche 996 with...wait for it, a Chevy powered Motorswap. Blasphemy? Perhaps - but still an amazing sight to see.
Another Porsche (hey, I'm the European car guy remember?) - 997.1 GT3 in the Toyo Tires booth. Motorsport-inspired kit courtesy of Vollkemmen Design. Color change on this one - definitely digging the giant race inspired rear spoiler.
A staple of the 2014 SEMA Show, how much wider can cars get? Will the overfender craze subside and will molded fenders become more prominent? We'll see next year. #livefromsema
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