Toyo Tires Will Reveal 32 World-Debut Custom Cars at the 2021 SEMA show
The Toyo Tires cars we know about seem seriously coolby Josh Conturo, on
The SEMA show in Las Vegas is a haven for the automotive aftermarket community and industry. Unfortunately, it was canceled in 2020 for obvious reasons, but it is back for 2021, and Toyo Tires will have some wild cars features in their Treadpass exhibit.
What the 2021 Treadpass will be like
The exhibit will be in its usual spot, just outside the South Hall (Exhibit #84160).
At the entrance, there will be two art displays. The first is a collection of works from artist Joshua Vides who has worked with BMW, Converse, Fendi, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and will include his BMW E30 M3. Adjacent to this will be the Hoonigan display, featuring Ken Block’s and Brian Scotto’s Audi builds.
Block’s will be an Audi Sport Quattro Tribute built by the German company LCE, and Scotto’s will be his infamously non-running, blue and/or green Audi Coupe Quattro that he has owned since 2004.
Toyo is bringing back their popular pins, which this year are a collaboration with Len Customs. There will be ten different versions that will be distributed at various times throughout the show at the Toyo Tires exhibit.
Of course, the rest of the 32 cars will also be featured at the Treadpass exhibit.
So, about those cars...
In addition to Ken Block’s and Brian Scotto’s cars, Toyo Tires is bringing several insane builds.
The first is a 1,000 wheel-horsepower 1994 Mazda RX-7 powered by a 20B 3-rotor built by Garage Life and Lucky 7 Racing with a Garrett Motion G42-1450 turbocharger strapped to it. That glorious engine is paired with a 6-speed sequential gearbox and rides on KW bespoke motorsport suspension.
Up next is a 1986 Nissan 300ZX moved along by a naturally aspirated RB28 with a titanium header and exhaust system built by Billy Freed at Freed Engineering. It also has the subframe from an S14 240SX.
The DeLorean DMC 12 is going full-blown cyberpunk.
It will keep the stainless steel bodywork but will have a wide-body kit designed by Khyzyl Saleem, a Ferrari F40-like clear engine cover, and twin turbos hanging out its backside.
A Lexus LC 500 will also be making an appearance with a one-off titanium exhaust made by Artisan Spirits, front and rear race brake kit by Brembo, 21-inch wheels by Titan-7, and adjustable KW suspension.
The 2021 Chevrolet Silverado on display at the Toyo exhibit will possibly be the craziest truck at the show.
it has been built in conjunction with Saleen and is based on the 'Smokey and the bandit' Trans am.
It is powered by a 5.3-liter LS V-8 fitted with a Magnuson supercharger to pump out 700 horsepower and will have MANY visual modifications.
Lastly, a 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer with 8-lug axles and chopped doors rounds off the cars we know will be included in the Toyo exhibit.
Just imagine the cars they are hiding from us.