With so many cool trucks and SUVs on display, we had to break our coverage into two parts! Check out these Honda, Dodge, Suzuki, BMW, Toyota, Kia, and More scions!

Featured Vehicles

BMW
AC Schnitzer's 2009 BMW X6 Falcon

Chevrolet
2008 Chevy Silverado by Stillen

Dodge
2009 Dodge Ram Mopar Street Package
2009 Dodge Ram R/T
2009 Dodge Ram Sportsman
2009 Dodge Ram TRXtreme

Ford
2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty by Hot Boat Magazine
2008 Ford F-350 "Narley Davidson" by Dennis Fair and Shocker Machanical
2008 Ford F-350 Work horse by MRT
2008 Ford F-450 Super Duty 4x4 by K Daddy Kustomz

Honda
2009 Honda Pilot by California Race & Rally
2009 Honda Pilot by Ryan Shutt and Sticky Fingers
2009 Honda "Urban Edition" Pilot by DSO Eyewear
2008 Honda Ridgeline Racing by California Race & Rally
2009 Honda Ridgeline Powersports Concept

Kia
2009 Kia Borrego Limited Concept
Kia Soul Burner Concept

Toyota
2009 Toyota FJ Curiser Special Edition
Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road Concept
2009 Toyota "TForce" Tundra Support 3
2009 Toyota Tundra Ducati Transporter
2009 Toyota Tundra TR Concept
2009 Toyota TRD Tundra Double Cab Off-Road Concept and Trailer
Toyota Rav4 by MV Designz
Toyota "Nascar Fan" Sienna Rampvan
2009 Toyota Venza AS V by Five Axis
2009 Toyota "SportLux" Venza by Street Images

Scion
2009 Descendent Ultimate Scion xb by Christian Rado
2009 Scion xB by MV Designz
2009 Scion xB by Raging Bull
2009 Scion xB by Rogue Status

Suzuki
Suzuki SX4t Turbo Concept
Suzuki Equator Quad Concept

Dodge Ram Mopar Street Package


For the concrete warrior, Mopar Underground based their Ram Mopar Street Package off a 2009 Ram Sport. A Mopar body kit consisting of sill extensions and a chin-spoiler adds an aggressive look and stance to the pickup truck. The Blackberry paint meshes well with the aggressive stance, which is also thanks to the Mopar body drop/leveling kit and Mopar concept 22-in. polished Alcoa forged wheels. A Mopar high-style hard tonneau cover shields the bed from the elements. An all-aluminum dual-snorkel hood resides over the engine bay, where a 390-hp HEMI V-8 engine rumbles with anticipation. Helping the Mopar Street Package announce itself to the world is a Mopar-tuned dual-exhaust. The interior is finished with Mopar ambient lighting, suede and leather seats, matching steering wheel and door pulls, and a comprehensive entertainment system. In-car entertainment includes a Mopar DVD headrest system and a Mopar-kicker audio system. The bed of the truck also utilizes a Mopar bed rug and underrail accent LED lighting.





2009 Dodge Ram R/T

Mopar Underground's Dodge Ram R/T is built on a 2009 Ram Sport, but adds a Dodge Challenger vibe to it. Already sporting the 380-hp 5.7L HEMI V-8 engine with a 4.10 gear and a high stall converter, Mopar Underground adds a Mopar cold-air intake kit and Mopar dual exhaust to get even more power. The exterior is painted a classic B5 blue, with exterior styling rounded out with a Mopar dual-snorkel aluminum hood, carbon-fiber accent stripes, and a Mopar body kit. The chassis rides on a concept Mopar air suspension kit and concept Mopar 22-in. Alcoa wheels. A Mopar hard tonneau cover and unique integrated spoiler are combined with the Mopar bed mat to show an ambient under-rail LED lighting system. The interior gets Katzkin leather seats with body color stitching to match the instrument panel and steering wheel, and a set of Mopar pedals.





2009 Dodge Ram Sportsman

The Dodge Ram Sportsman was designed with the outdoorsman in mind. Wearing a unique blowing-leaves paint scheme, inspired by an alternative interpretation of traditional camouflage, the Sportsman features all the accessories needed for the sportsman. The paint is protected by a set of accent Mopar wheel flares and running boards with an integrated step. Storage amenities include the RamBox storage system and a cargo rack on the bed rail system. The Ram Sportsman gets telescoping trailer-tow mirrors and a Mopar 2-in. lift kit, which rides on Mopar polished and forged 20-in. wheels with 33-in. tires. A Mopar navigation system with Sirius Satellite TV and DVD capabilities are joined with the Mopar headrest DVD system, making the interior a joy to ride in. Katzkin leather seats with embroidered Sportsman logos, matching steering wheel and door pulls, and the Mopar ambient lighting system gives the interior a unique personality.

2009 Dodge Ram TRXtreme

This Ram is built off of the 2009 Ram Quad Cab TRX-4 off-road truck and was built up even more, specifically for extreme off-roading. Mopar Underground started with a Mopar lift kit, adding an extra 4.5 in. of ground clearance while making room for Mopar polished and forged 20-in. wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich rubber. The TRXtreme is painted a bright yellow and mineral gray two-tone with a mud splash theme. Matching the mud splash theme are a painted set of Mopar wheel flares, a wheel-to-wheel Mopar tube step, and a box rail. The one-off steel hood has cooling louvers and a larger grille to help with cooling needs. Mopar Underground also installed Mopar aftermarket telescoping mirrors, a bed accessory system for off-road gear, a Mopar-tuned dual-exhaust system, a Mopar navigation system, DVD headrests, and Mopar leather seats by Katzkin.




2009 Toyota Venza AS V by Five Axis

The Venza AS V (for Active-Sports Versatility) built by longtime partner Five Axis. The model is said to portray the car's overall versatility and will incorporate an innovative Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC) by Magna Car Top Systems. Once pulled from the rear bumper of the car, the rack can easily store all types of winter sports equipment such as skis, snowboards and bikes. For added looks, the car will sport more aggressive bodywork with bulging over fenders capable of housing the wider, 20 x 10.5-in. wheels and tires.







SportLux 2009 Toyota Venza by Street Images

The more tuner aligned version called the SportLux Venza is aimed at incorporating the "the feel of a refined sports car while retaining Venza's utility and functionality." Undertaking the daunting task is notable show car builder Street Images who will first install a bespoke body kit with reworked front, rear and side elements. Bigger and wider wheels (by the looks of them are 22-in.diameter) will fill the wheel wells, while larger brakes and a lowered suspension will also aid in revealing the Venza's deep seeded sports car traits. Inside the car will be a black and burgundy trimmed cabin filled with high quality leather. A complete infotainment system finds its way inside the SportLux Venza as well.









Suzuki SX4t Turbo Concept

Suzuki takes the SX4 Crossover's outstanding capability to the next level in performance with the SX4t Turbo Concept, which recently was featured in the November 2008 issue of Sport Compact Car. Upfitted with a 16G GT3 Turbo and Tial 38mm Wastegate kit from Road Race Motorsports, the SX4 engine's stock 143 horsepower and 136 lb-ft of torque are upgraded to 221 horsepower and 208 lb-ft of torque. Road Race's GRIP springs and a rear sway bar help control the significant upgrade in horsepower, while slotted front discs and performance brake pads enhance deceleration.

Simplifying some of the exterior lines and removing the roof rack resulted in a sleek, unified appearance. Road Race installed its own CarbonTrix carbon fiber hood, and provided the SX4's roof and A, B, C and D pillars with a complementary dark metallic gray finish. Suzuki's Quicksilver metallic remains the primary color south of the greenhouse, visually meshing with Rota's 17-inch five-spoke wheels surrounded by 225/45/R17 Yokohama Advan Neova tires.

On the interior, front seats benefit from a custom bolster, and both front and rear seats are recovered, featuring new fabric inserts, which continue the exterior's silver metallic theme. To further accentuate the SX4's performance intent, the driver's contact points are enhanced by a JDM Suzuki Swift sport steering wheel, Road Race sequential-style shift knob and billet-drilled pedal set from Genuine Suzuki Accessories. The SX4t Turbo Concept also features a Rockford Fosgate audio system with enhanced amp, speakers and subwoofer.

Source: American Suzuki Motor Corporation


Suzuki Equator Quad Concept

Based on the award-winning 2009 Equator midsize pickup truck, which recently was named 4-Wheel & Off-Road's "4X4 of the Year," the Suzuki Quad Concept is fully equipped to accommodate a recreational outdoor lifestyle. Developed by Torrance, Calif.-based Andry Specialty Vehicles, and built to resemble the Suzuki QuadRunner ATV, the Equator concept comes outfitted with a Crew Cab and military "look and feel." In addition to a custom paint job and a 2.5-inch inch front end lift, the exterior of the truck has been modified with a set of 500 series fog lamps, a safari-style front bumper, front skid plate and tubular rocker guards. To enhance the vehicle's overall appearance and performance, the Quad Concept is equipped with Yokohama Geolander tires that ride on 17-inch custom aluminum wheels and features Rockford Fosgate amp and speaker components.

Source: American Suzuki Motor Corporation

AC Schnitzer's 2009 BMW X6 Falcon

BMW's newest crossover gets a makeover from tuning firm AC Schnitzer, and it will be presenting its BMW X6 Falcon at the SEMA show. The X6 gets more aggressive styling and more power for the road.

Exterior enhancements give the X6 a more aggressive and muscular look. Changes include striking wing extensions. The X6 Falcon is 70 mm wider at the front axle and 80 mm wider at the rear axle. Other body pieces include a new front spoiler, rear skirt, rear spoiler, edge frame, hood vents, and 22-in. racing wheels Type VII, which come in either silver or black. For the interior, an EVO three-spoke sport steering wheel, carbon-fiber trims, aluminum pedals and footrest, velour floormats, and an aluminum cover for the iDrive system gives the X6 Falcon a sportier ambiance while driving.

Power upgrades were made to the diesel models of the X6. The BMW X6 3.0dX gets an extra 38 hp to bump it to 272 hp, while the X6 3.5dX makes an extra 24 hp to give it a grand total of 310 hp.




2008 Chevy Silverado by Stillen





2008 Honda Ridgeline Racing by California Race & Rally






2009 Honda Pilot by California Race & Rally






2009 Honda Pilot by Ryan Shutt and Sticky Fingers





Honda Ridgeline Powersports Concept

This biggest Honda around sports genuine accessories currently available to consumers. Designers built the truck to showcase the cargo and off-road capabilities the Ridgeline possesses. Honda combined the concept with the brand's latest off-road motorcycle and emphasized its ability to be used as the ultimate hauler for weekend toys. Included on the Ridgeline Powersports is a bed extender, new grille and 18-in. alloys. All components are available at authorized Honda dealers.



2009 Honda "Urban Edition" Pilot by DSO Eyewear





2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty by Hot Boat Magazine




2008 Ford F-350 "Narley Davidson" by Dennis Fair and Shocker Machanical





2008 Ford F-350 Work horse by MRT




2008 Ford F-450 Super Duty 4x4 by K Daddy Kustomz







2009 Kia Borrego Limited Concept

Kia took the wraps off its Borrego Limited SEMA concept at its booth aimed at portraying the sleek, classy urban nature of the brand's biggest U.S. model.

As you can see, designers ran with a black theme throughout the build and incorporated chrome accents all along its exterior. Up front, a new chrome mesh grille are said to "add flair to its already striking and commanding presence," while the door handles, front side vents and mirrors receive the same shiny treatment. A lower stance thanks to a revised spring setup drops the bold ride on 22-in. Avarus Chrome wheels.

Inside, passengers will find a custom black leather wrapped cabin embossed in many places with an alligator skin pattern. The interior is finished off with a expansive surround sound stereo system with TV, DVD and navigation systems.


Kia Soul Burner Concept





2009 Descendent Ultimate Scion xb by Christian Rado






2009 Toyota FJ Curiser Special Edition



2009 Toyota "TForce" Tundra Support 3




2009 Toyota Tundra Ducati Transporter

Built on a Tundra CrewMax modified to accept a 6.5-ft bed, the truck has a motorized loading ramp that makes way for the only street legal MotoGP bike produced: the 2008 Ducati Desmosedici RR.

Other modifications include flip up bedsides, integrated tool storage, popup solar panels for accessory power, and a host of TRD Performance parts to help the truck handle all the extra equipment.





2009 Toyota Tundra TR Concept

The Tundra TR Concept caters to an entirely different crowd. This concept, Toyota says, targets drag racing enthusiasts. If you were to see the Tundra TR Concept on the street, you might think it's an ordinary regular cab truck (except for the black steel wheels) -- that is, until the 625-hp Tundra whips past you at a street light. Like the Tundra concepts above, this one starts with the 5.7L V-8, which is rated at 500 hp after TRD upgrades including a supercharger. That extra boost of horsepower comes with the dual tank nitrous oxide system that can be monitored with the Autometer Gauges.



Toyota "Nascar Fan" Sienna Rampvan





TRD Tundra Double Cab Off-Road Concept and Trailer

The TRD Tundra Double Cab Off-Road Concept and Trailer (yes, that's the name) starts with a 6.5-ft bed. To help it tow the 28-ft Featherlite car-hauler trailer, the Tundra's 5.7L V-8 has been supercharged and now makes about 500 hp. Inside the trailer, SEMA visitors can see a video showing how the truck was made or learn more about TRD superchargers and limited-slip differentials.

The offroad truck has 17 x 8 forged off-road wheels with 37x12.5 R17/D BFG tires "on special front and rear wide-track long-travel suspensions." A custom trailer hitch and five-inch wider fenders complete the package.

Toyota Rav4 by MV Designz





Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road Concept








2009 Scion xB by MV Designz





2009 Scion xB by Raging Bull





2009 Scion xB by Rogue Status