With Christmas around the corner, recent events and visits to RS*R for a product review, we totally over looked our coverage from the L.A Auto show. It was a decent show, I didn’t go in expecting much and left the show pretty satisfied (Although i missed visiting a few car makers). This car event has always been worth visiting.
Check out the pics.
Hyundai had engine display that caught my attention . Clear valve cover was pretty wicked.
Props to VW with their hybrid turbo setting a land speed record
Show quality ! Chrome hard lines. FTW!
Toyota NS4 color choice was pretty awesome.
We’ll end here with the Toyota NS4 for today. More pics from the L.A Auto Show in the next post.
Well I know it’s pretty late and I’m sure everyone has seen all or most of the nicest rides of SEMA but we wanted to bring our coverage to you anyway. We only attended SEMA one day because we didn’t have the luxury of going more days (darn work). We pretty much drove up after work the day before SEMA ended. So we knew we’d have a full day of work ahead of us Friday. Seeing that we had to wake up early for the last day we head over for registration to pick up our passes for the day and our luck they couldn’t find our name for media. Since we were pressed for time we asked how much it was to go into the event as a spectator. Who knew it was $75 for a day? Technically its $75 for the four day pass but seeing that we were there the last day thought they’d gives us a break. WRONG! Haha it wasn’t their fault but we decided to wait it and have them look for our Media passes again. Luckily enough they did find our registration and thus began our day. I won’t jibber jabber too much but I wish we could have gone for a few days rather then rush the coverage into one day but there’s always next year.