Every year companies attempt to out do each other building crazy SEMA rigs. Some builds are crazy and over the top. Others are simple and functional. We found some rigs that run the spectrum at the 2018 SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Northwest Defenders kept things classic with this overlander build. South African Safari anyone?
Cliffride created this monster Mercedes Sprinter van on oversize tires. Problem is we don’t think you will be parking it at your local Whole Foods store to pick up groceries.
Expedition One threw in all the tools you need in this RAM overlander build. Already a capable truck, you probably won’t need to use them.
I have now found a solution to tow my rock buggy with this Fab Fours build. The ramps make it easy to drive right on and off of the truck at my next rock bouncer event.
On the days when there are ten inches of snow on the ground, Kelderman makes it easy to get to the grocery store with the snow tracks. Throw in a couple of snowmobiles up top and we are ready for winter fun.
Chris Isenhouer’s classic Ford Trophy Truck always turns heads. Looks ready for a Baja 1000 win.
One of our SEMA show favorites is this 1969 Time-Warp Dodge Powerwagon. It sits on a 2016 RAM chassis. Yes, it’s a dually!
It’s a Polaris UTV. This Zero to 60 Designs build has a rugged body completely disguising the traditional UTV features from the outside. No, its not freeway legal.
You will be ready for the sand drags at Glamis with this 1954 Willys pick-up truck. Built by Colorado Sand Cars, there is a 650-Horsepower 7.4 LSX engine under the hood. More than enough power for some dune hoonage.
Twin Turbos reality tv stars Brad and Doug Deberti built this 2019 Ford F-150 pre-runner to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Hot Wheels. Perfect for your next off-road adventure.