Kei Miura, owner of TRA Kyoto or Top Resin Art, could have never imagined the car cult he's started worldwide. When growing up he envisioned becoming a fisherman. Today, his hook is the art of widebody aero. SEMA 2014 proved the world is still gaga over beefing up the stance and as you see below the show floor builds repping his look are many.
Miura also owns other product lines that include: 6666 Customs, Number 6, and his undisputed most popular brand Rocket Bunny - inspired by kyusha or classic cars. Back in 2012, Miura's design for the widely celebrated Scion FR-S went Internet viral. It was the latest and greatest aero design for the ZN6, and the beginning of a movement.
The brand continues to thrive today with SEMA 2014 being a perfect example. Since the original FR-S Version One kit, Miura has released two new kits for the car - a Version Two and exclusive Speedhunters kit dubbed KM4SH (Kei Miura 4 Speed Hunters). All three were represented and we even used a blend of Version One and Two on our Scion Tuner Challenge car.
A few Mazda RX-7 FDs also sported the aero of Kei Miura, as you see here. Two other highly-anticipated builds included the Rocket Bunny Acura NSX and brand new Rocket Bunny Lexus RC.
For the first time Kei Miura expands to the KDM scene with the first ever Rocket Bunny Hyundai Genesis. The first ever Nissan S15 kit also made it's debut outside central hall.
Nobody knows what trends will pop up next, but one thing is certain the Rocket Bunny takeover is in full effect.