Most concept cars—especially the ones occupying the SEMA showfloor every year—are so outlandish it’s almost guaranteed they will never see production. And then there are concept vehicles like Hyundai’s Velocity Concept that make us giggle like a schoolgirl. The Velocity concept is wild enough to taunt the imagination, but realistic enough that spotting one on the street or the track someday could be a real possibility.
This year at SEMA, Mazda is displaying the Mazda MX-5 Cup car, built to the specifications of the MX-5 Cup racing series.
Before it arrived here, tuners in Japan were already modifying the 2011 Honda CR-Z hybrid. It comes as no surprise, then, that the Honda booth at the 2010 SEMA show is populated with different versions of the sporty hybrid.
Tuning house Fortune Motorsports has announced plans to work its magic on Honda’s new greenformance darling, the sports hybrid CR-Z. The final, hotted-up version of the car will be shown to the public at the 2010 SEMA show in Las Vegas (natch).