SEMA 360 Imports was held in Las Vegas, Nevada from November 2nd-6th, 2020. Normally, SEMA would have been held in person, but due to COVID-19 and for the safety of others, SEMA decided to do a virtual event instead.
Many of these import rides were built specifically for SEMA 360, but compared to the previous years before, this had to have been the best year for the Imports! It’s hard to find a vehicle at SEMA that you are not loving in some way!
The graphics and smaller details that were on the Import Rides were AMAZING, there were so many small details that you couldn’t help but want to get closer and closer to get a better look.
Check out this 1993 Mazda RX-7 owned by John Ubalde. This ride is powered by an LS1 V-8 engine out of a 2002 Chevy Corvette! Congratulations to John Ubalde for owning this SICK Mazda RX-7, it is for sure a show stopper of a ride!
Every click that we did left us breathless, the SEMA 360 Imports continued to take our breath away. Although we missed out on speaking with the owners about their process of the build and what secrets each ride had, we were still beyond thankful to see the rides! If you are a huge lover of import rides, then we know that you will love the photos we have below!
We cannot wait to see what the SEMA 360 Import Rides will have in store for the SEMA 2021 Show but we will be ready in person to check it all out and bring you the coverage!
Photos: Courtesy of SEMA 360