The 2016 SEMA show is HUGE! But that’s no secret. So then it should come at no surprise that simply walking around the show it’s hard to not trip over cool trucks. And that’s exactly what we have been doing. So follow along, as we look at 25 of the coolest trucks that we figuratively, and literarily, tripped over during our jaunts through the halls of SEMA on the second day of the show.
| In Kicker Audio’s booth is this slick 1955 Ford F-100 owned by Otto Vega. It’s super clean and in the running for a Good Guys Gold Award.
| This Chevy Tahoe isn’t just lowered; it’s flat slammed!
| An American Expedition Vehicles built Ram 3500 stole the show in the North Hall.
| We love the clean look of this 2016 Chevrolet Silveardo 1500, but wish it had larger tires.
| 2017 Ford Super Dutys are everywhere at the SEMA show this year!
| There’s lots of customized GMC Sierra’s this year, which is fantastic to see.
| Jeep Wranglers are everywhere. Seriously, you can’t look in any direction without seeing one.
| Rockford Fosgate rolled out one of the only Ford Transit Connect vans that we’ve seen so far at the show.
| Five R Trucks built this fantastic classic Dodge Power Wagon, and equipped it with a 24-valve Cummins diesel engine.
| How could anyone not love a classic airport tug?
| A Kia on tracks? Sure, why not.
| We would definitely not kick this custom sand rail out of our garage. It has a gnarly Kenny Bell supercharger on its Chevy V-8 engine.
| There was no info with this truck, but we think we’re in love anyway.
| This GMC Canyon was quite imposing sitting out in front of the convention center doors.
| It’s electric. Enough said.
| It’s cool seeing a few customized 2017 Honda Ridgelines at the show; hopefully the aftermarket embraces them as a true pickup.
| This International serves as Rigid Industries rolling billboard. Well done Rigid, well done.
| Still our favorite Honda Ridgeline, bar none.
| This truck was tiny. And makes over 1,000 horsepower.
| A desert racing inspired rat rod… the jury is still out on this one.
| Wait, is that an extra pair of doors?
| Shell brought out the 2011 Ford Super Duty based BroDozer that was built on the TV show Diesel Brothers. It’s big, really big.
| Shell Super Rigs best of show 2016. This rig is clean!
| This thing is just as cool as it is weird.
| A solid axle swapped Chevy Tahoe, what’s not to love?