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SEMA Gears Up For Historic Event

SEMA Gears Up For Historic Event

SEMA Las Vegas 2022 is here. The SEMA Show, this year takes place November 1 – 4, 2022 at the Las Vegas Convention Center located at 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109.

*Note: The SEMA Show is a trade-only event and not open to the general public.

SEMA offers attendees the chance to see thousands of product innovations from new and iconic exhibitors.

Attendees can experience the latest product and custom vehicle trends, get access to 70+ free professional skill-enhancing education sessions, and make career-changing connections with peers, leaders, and celebrities at the industry’s most anticipated in-person networking event.

SEMA Las Vegas 2022 – MOPAR Teases Three New Concepts

Chrysler first used the Mopar name in the 1920s, someone getting the idea to combine the words “motor” and “parts.”

The automaker trademarked the name in 1937, first applying it to a line of antifreeze sold in cans. This makes 2022 the 85th anniversary of the division that now covers everything from service and parts to additional performance and customer care.

We already heard that Mopar is going to SEMA with a battery-electric Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept that will begin to demonstrate future EV tuning possibilities.

Thanks to a trio of concept sketches, we know Mopar’s 15,345-square-foot booth will house a couple of Ram concepts and a fantastical Jeep as well.

Ringbrothers Tease Wild Camaro, Mustang, & Truck Builds For SEMA

Ringbrothers will debut four vehicles at SEMA, including the Enyo, a 1948 Chevy pickup that fuses a ’40’s work truck with Formula 1. The Enyo features a cantilevered independent suspension and a belly pan that’s a single piece of carbon fiber. At the front, a 1,000-horsepower marine racing engine powers the truck.

Bully will be a 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer with big tires for having fun off-road. It gets off-road coilovers, a custom interior, and a 1,200-hp LS3 V8 for power.

There’s also 1969 Chevrolet Camaro called Strode that runs an LS3 V8 supercharger producing 1,000 hp. Ringbrothers says it rides on an extended wheelbase and sports widened carbon fiber body.

Lastly , there is 1969 Ford Mustang named Patriarc which apparently incorporates some interesting aerodynamic features although no mention of power.

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