SEMA 2021: Editor's Top 5 Coolest Trucks

SEMA 2021: Editor's Top 5 Coolest Trucks

Here are the Top 5 coolest trucks at SEMA 2021 selected by PASMAG Editor, Adam Gordon

#5 Toyota's Tacoma TRD "Tacozilla"

This is the first time an auto manufacturer’s own build has made one of our top choice lists, but in this case, Toyota deserves the recognition for the Tacozilla build. Built on a Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport by Toyota’s Motorsports garage, the Tacozilla’s camper portion contains a full bathroom and kitchen, and boasts an interior standing room that can accommodate people over six feet tall. READ MORE


#4 John Sarkisyan’s 2016 Mercedes-Benz AMG G65 V12 BiTurbo G Wagon

If you visited the Toyo Treadpass during SEMA, there is absolutely no way you missed this wild G Wagon build sitting out front. Built by John Sarkisyan - a man who has built something that ends up on our favorites of SEMA for the past several years running - this custom G Wagon was put together in just three weeks, adding to the impressiveness of an already monumental project. READ MORE


#3 Co-Up Auto Body Repairs' 2020 Jeep Gladiator Dually Build

Jagraj Grewal of Co-Up Auto Body Repairs has had an incredible custom Jeep build he’s used for shows for a few years, but he wanted to level up with something special. Enter the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. Having a good amount of experience thanks to his previous Jeep build, he knew his skill set would allow him to elevate the Gladiator into something never before seen, and that’s exactly what he did. Have you ever seen a dually Jeep Gladiator? READ MORE


#2 DeBerti C10 Slayer

The DeBerti father-son duo from North Carolina has been building badass trucks - among other things - for years now. You may recall their wild “Performance Truck” from a previous year, an absolutely insane, balls-to-the-wall widebody Toyota Tacoma powered by a NASCAR V8. This year they aimed to do something even crazier, and by all accounts they seem to have delivered, with one of the most talked about trucks of the 2021 SEMA show. READ MORE


#1 Josh Spicer’s 1968 Chevrolet C10 by The Custom Shop

John Wargo of The Custom Shop has a history of impressive and mind-blowing SEMA builds over two decades, and we were thrilled to see him back this year with an incredible truck built for a customer named Josh Spicer. The job was simple enough: Spicer asked Wargo and The Custom Shop to produce a C10 like no one had ever seen. He provided The Custom Shop with the cab and chassis, and told them to go nuts. READ MORE

Related Articles

Sailun EcoPoint3 To Revolutionize The Tire Industry Sailun EcoPoint3 To Revolutionize The Tire Industry
TORONTO, April 7, 2022 - Sailun Tire Group has developed a technology that will create a rubber revolution in the tire industry. Utilizing liquid...
Walk The Line: Farid Nurmohamed's 2003 Lexus IS300 Walk The Line: Farid Nurmohamed's 2003 Lexus IS300
Farid Nurmohamed’s Lexus IS300 is more than just a pretty face. Back when he lived in Tanzania with his family, Farid Nurmohamed’s father was...
Installed: Garrett Advancing Motion's G25-550 Turbocharger Installed: Garrett Advancing Motion's G25-550 Turbocharger
Back when we first laid eyes on Garrett's new G25 series as a prototype, we were already impressed. The surprisingly small frame turbos could produce...
Family Ties: Stephen Aguayo's 2020 Toyota Supra GR Family Ties: Stephen Aguayo's 2020 Toyota Supra GR
Boys rarely follow their father’s advice, but they often follow their example. The target audience for the new Mk5 Toyota Supra spans across...
SEMA Show: New Hall. New Floorplan. New Show Experience. SEMA Show: New Hall. New Floorplan. New Show Experience.
SEMA is on track to deliver an exciting in-person SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) November 2-5, 2021. With the addition of the...
The Sweet Spot: Nick Stonawski’s 1994 Toyota Supra The Sweet Spot: Nick Stonawski’s 1994 Toyota Supra
A Mk4 Toyota Supra that’s more than just big power. It has been a long 18 years since the Mk4/A80 Toyota Supra ceased production, but the platform...