SEMA 360 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.
The Off-Road market has been known to showcase the big, bold, and fast vehicles that show all of the new and improved products. You could still see those products and vehicles, but we are here to show you just some of the new products and rides that were at SEMA 360!
This year, Toyota was prepared to show off their newest creation, a Toyota Tacoma capable of 370 horsepower and 330 pound-feet or torque. It also has a suspension lift, Toyota E-Locker Differential, and aftermarket upper and lower control arms. (try to find picture)
Another competitor against the Toyota, is the Ford Raptor. Raptors have been known as big, bold and fast, but a company has created a product that will allow the Ford Raptor to fix its one flaw, towing. Hellwig’s helper springs install onto the leaf pack of the rear leaf springs and will provide up to 2,500 pounds of load-leveling capacity!
SEMA 360 Off-Road would not be the same without the Battle of the Builders competition. The vehicles that made it into the Top 10 for the Truck/Off-Road section were AMAZING nonetheless. When they narrowed it down to the Top 12, we knew that the judges were in for a hard choice! The Top Three for the Truck/Off-Road section included:
- Brad DeBerti – 2020 Toyota Tacoma
- Mark Giambalvo 1965 Chevrolet C10 pickup
- Randy Borcherding – 1971 Ford Ranchero
Congratulations to Brad DeBerti, Mark Giambalvo, and Randy Borcherding for making it into the Top 12 for the Battle of the Builders!
Although the event was virtual, is was an amazing year for SEMA 360 Off-Road and we cannot wait to be back in Vegas for SEMA 2021!
Photos: Courtesy of SEMA 360