Ford Project SD126 Concept Truck

The annual SEMA show is the mecca of aftermarket manufacturers, where they show off their products in the wildest configurations imaginable. BDS Suspension brought a Ford F-250 built to be the ultimate offroad machine. A shortened chassis and fender flares sit on massive 42-inch tires, all riding on the best suspension components BDS has to offer. The SD126 concept shows that if you have the time and money, nothing you could dream is impossible.

  • Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 AEV Concept Truck

    Known primarily for their Jeep Wrangler and Dodge Ram suspension pieces and turn-key packages, American Expedition Vehicles has unveiled a new partnership with Chevrolet. Released at the 2017 SEMA show, the Colorado ZR2 AEV takes Chevy's light truck and turns it into a 4x4 capable of handling nearly any terrain. Heavy-duty suspension components coupled with a winch, snorkel, and bed filled with storage boxes and NATO fuel cans make sure that if you can't get where you're going in this truck, you probably shouldn't be there anyway.

  • Lexus LS+ Concept

    At the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, Lexus unveiled its vision for the future of its lineup. The LS+ concept represents the evolution of Lexus' design philosophy, with a heavy emphasis on automation. Novel laser-lit accents on the front and rear fascias reinforce the lines of the exterior, while the cockpit features the Highway Teammate automated driving system. With all the driverless systems announced at the Tokyo Motor Show, human drivers look to be less and less a part of the future.

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