Japanese tire giant Toyo Tires is bringing four customized vehicles to the 2011 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, next week, and if you happen to live in the U.S. then you can actually win one of them.

That’s right. Toyo will give away this custom 2011 Dodge Durango following its appearance at SEMA.

The customer Durango is a Heat Edition model with all-wheel drive and is finished in Mineral Gray.

It sits on 22-inch forged alloy wheels from Savini and comes packing a Magnaflow exhaust, Alpine entertainment system, a custom black leather interior with blue stitching crafted by Roadwire, and a black mesh grille complete with a “UFC” logo--yes, a reference to the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

To enter the competition you will need to visit www.toyotires.com/sweepstakes and register. The winner will be announced in early January. Note there’s also a runner up prize consisting of a new set of Toyo tires.

As mentioned, Toyo will show off a total of four customized vehicles at SEMA. Two of the other vehicles are a 2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor made over by Street Concepts and a 2011 BMW 5-Series modded by Japanese tuner Wald. 

For its custom F-150 SVT Raptor, Street Concepts added a Snow Camo wrap to the exterior, 20-inch matte black wheels, an Icon Vehicle Dynamics suspension, Brembo brakes, new bumpers and lighting, a Kenwood stereo, and carbon fiber and Alcantara interior trim pieces.

Wald’s Black Bison 5-Series, meanwhile, features elegant 20-inch wheels, LED detailing in the front bumper, new side skirts and rear bumper, as well as a bootlid spoiler, a subtle roof wing, a high-flow exhaust system and lowered suspension.

The fourth vehicle remains a mystery but Toyo promises it to be a showstopper.

For our complete 2011 SEMA coverage, click here.