Magnum Grill out of British Columbia showed off its line of "cow catchers" designed to protect the front-end of big rigs in collisions with animals. In Canada, Moose are the big worry.
Agility showed off a bight blue version of its CNG storage tank system for natural gas fired trucks.
Alliance Truck Parts is a primary sponsor for the Team Penske No. 2 Ford Fusion, driven by Brad Keselowski in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Allison Transmission showed off this stylist cutaway of is TC10 automatic gearbox for Class 8 models.
Several exhibitors showed off drivable "pony trucks" in their booths at MATS.
Clint Bowyer drives Peak's No. 15 NASCAR racer in the Sprint Cup Series.
Wouldn't you like to go mud bogging in this vehicle?
APEX Insurance showed off this slick GTS Cup Challenge Porsche in its booth.
These remote controlled trucks actually blow steam out of their exhaust stacks.
Interstellar Transmissions isn't a truck component maker; they're a "tribal rock fusion band" that showed off their one-of-a-kind tour bus at MATS.
That's one mean-look drag racer.
Shell Lubricants set up its fun remote controlled truck display again, where participants try to successfully maneuver pint-sized big rigs in and around a variety of loading docks.
Speedco brought its race wheel change challenge back to MATS this year, pitting contestants against the clock to see how fast they can loosen and then tighten a NASCAR racer's wheel.
Some unusual creatures modeled Motel 6 golf shirts at MATS.
Sasquatch got spotted making the rounds at MATS this year. Should we have called National Geographic?
Truckers against Trafficking (TAT) brought its mobile display to MATS. Called the "Freedom Drivers Project" or FDP, this trailer is a first-of-its-kind mobile exhibit designed as an educational tool for the trucking industry and general public about the realities of domestic sex trafficking - and how motor carriers and truck drivers alike are combating it.
That's a pretty serious collection of light emitting diodes (LEDs).
Buddy, an emotional support canine, made the rounds at MATS in support of the new Trucker Wellness Center network being developed to help drivers get medical, mental, and emotion help when out on the road away from friends, family and familiar hospitals and doctors.