The opening day of the 2011 SEMA show is behind us, and we now have a bevy of modified hardware to ogle, including the Mazda MX-5 Spyder, a gaggle of B-Spec race cars, some funky Toyota iQs, and much more. In other news, the 2013 Ford Escape uses video game tech for its hands-free liftgate, the Ford Focus Electric costs $39,995, we've spied the 2013 Range Rover again, as well as the Opel Astra OPC, and snagged a spy video of the upcoming 2013 Ford Fusion. See all of this and more in the links below.
The Ford Focus Electric is now available for order, starting at $39,995
.2013 Range Rover
spied again.2013 Ford Fusion
captured on spy video.
Next-gen Opel Astra OPC
spied.Mazda MX-5 Spyder Concept
goes lightweight at SEMA.
The 2013 Ford Escape
uses video game technology for its hands-free liftgate.
Ford shows off its B-Spec racer
The Pit Boss Cartel Scion iQ
looks crazy, is built for work.
Mazda smashes a Mazdaspeed3 engine into a Mazda2
Costco is now offering discounts for Chevy and GMC vehicles