SEMA can best be described as sensory overload.  Literally thousands of builds are packed into one location, with very little time to really take it all in.  Because of this, builders need to go bigger and better each year to ensure that they'll be remembered.  Although this aftermarket arms race is the most predominant force at SEMA, something comparatively simple can still make a big splash.  Case in point was Tanner Foust's RWB Beetle.


Recently, Larry Chen of Speedhunters fame turned his attention to the build for a full feature.  Given unprecedented access to the car, Mr. Chen was able to give us perhaps the best look yet, stopping just short of seeing the car in person.  To check out the full article on Speedhunters, click here .