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SEMA 2002

This year's SEMA 2002 auto show held in Las Vegas, Nevada which ran from November 5 to 8 featured a number of modified sport compacts straight from the factory, along with a number of models from prominent aftermarket tuners. Prominent manufacturers included General Motors, Honda, Nissan and Chrysler among others. GM showed off the flexibility of their new 4-cylinder Ecotec engine, appearing in turbocharged form in the Cavalier and Sunfire, making 220 and 252 horsepower repectively. Mazda displayed the next MazdaSpeed Protege while Honda-Acura showed supercharged versions of their cars, along with dealer-installed performance packages. Nissan and Hyundai cars were modified by various aftermarket specialists. A few luxury brands were also present, two of them being Jaguar and Cadillac. Featured in this photo gallery are some of the cars which stood out of the crowd...

SEMA 2002 Coverage
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