Drivers Inc. veterans Ben Collins and Tanner Foust stopped by SEMA in Las Vegas recently, and shared some of the highlights of their adventures.
There were some pretty good ones.
SEMA stands for Specialty Equipment Market Association, the trade organization representing the $44.6 billion automotive aftermarket industry. The event attracts innumerable attendees, and a lot of what they bring is pretty mind-blowing.
Courtesy of his Instagram account, Ben shared a reimagined McLaren P1, a photo where he declared himself Don Johnson, and some vehicles that could only be described as unique.
Tanner posted a picture of himself prior to the SEMA kickoff breakfast.