Mike Koziel was present to capture the RWB Atlanta Porsche 964 on its trip from Las Vegas to Los Angeles following SEMA 2015. Check out some stunning visuals of a stunning car, featuring the all-new Rotiform HUR.
Photos by Anthony Anderson – @ayoandrsn on social media.
Next week automotive companies and enthusiasts travel from around the world to convene in Las Vegas for SEMA. As we near the last few days before the big show, there are still builders frantically rushing to complete the last finishing touches on the impressive show cars that line the countless rows of the convention center.
With SEMA just hours away, the wildest of builds are making their way towards the desert of Las Vegas, Nevada. The halls of the convention center are filled with the year’s top cars, ranging from top-fuel drag racers to iconic classics and custom-built hot rods, and the primary goal – standing out – is one that can be far tougher than expected.
The StanceWorks team is currently in Las Vegas, Nevada for the annual SEMA show. For those not in the know, SEMA is Las Vegas’s largest trade show and is focused on the automotive aftermarket. Almost every large (and small!) name in the industry participates, setting up extravagant displays to showcase their hard work and products. This year, our friends at Nitto Tire invited us to their 2012 press release, and as always, we captured the event in StanceWorks style.
We’re finally home from SEMA, one of the largest automotive trade shows in the world. SEMA, which stands for Specialty Equipment Market Association, holds the annual SEMA Show once a year, allowing buyers, sellers, and exhibitors to congregate across 2 million square feet of exorbitantly extravagant booths and cars. It is the industry’s ultimate networking tool, allowing companies to meet one-on-one to further their businesses.