SEMA 2007


That’s right, Pratt & Miller will reportedly produce a mere 25 E85-powered C6RS Corvettes. No word yet on pricing and availability. Video (showing regular C6RS models) after the break. Click here for more pictures.

Although the Katech motor in the C6RS is a bit larger than the one in the Pratt & Miller Street Attack model, the E85 hook keeps power the same at 600 HP

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Shown at SEMA 2007, these interesting Roulette-inspired wheels feature a real leather Louis Vuitton center cap and chrome accents. Click here for more pictures.

Lenso created these unique roulette wheel rims and if you’re not swayed by the black and red numbers around the outer edge, maybe the Louis Vuitton leather finish in the middle might sell you. Even the company�s name has been spelled out in oh-so-tasteful rhinestones if for some reason you�re not getting the whole ‘Las Vegas’ theme here.

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Recording artist 50-Cent unveiled his completely revamped Pontiac G8 at SEMA 2007. It boasts a 550hp LSX 427 engine, fitted with “a variety of production-based components used on the Corvette Z06’s 7.0L LS7 engine, including a forged steel crankshaft, lightweight titanium connecting rods, racing-derived aluminum cylinder heads and a complete LS7 intake/throttle body/fuel injection system.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

The new G8 – which goes on sale nationally in early 2008 – is totally customized, with custom paint and exterior appointments, as well as a re-trimmed interior outfitted with an audio system that shakes the ground as much as 50 Cent’s three albums shook up the charts

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To kickoff TechEBlog’s SEMA 2007 coverage, we bring you the Honda Accord Coupe HF-S concept — courtesy of Jalopnik (our live coverage begins later tonight). This vehicle features “every piece of Honda kit you’d never want — even a “Cadmium Orange Pearl” color coat.” Click here for more pictures.

Honda just revealed a “world debut” concept car here at SEMA, and it basically represents what you can do with a new 2008 Honda Accord if you really put your mind to it. Also, you’ve got to use up every option possible in the Honda Factory Performance catalog

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