Auto Shows Gallery: Hottest Corvettes at SEMA 2019

21:20  06 november  2019
21:20  06 november  2019 Source:   hotrod.com

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SEMA is all things to the world of performance, making it the "end all be all" to the world of modified cars and trucks—especially Corvettes. Performance is something we think of in terms of horsepower and torque, but performance can also be measured in terms of build styles, wild paint, and the "kool" factor. Well, SEMA has it all—in huge measures.

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Within the world of performance, it can be broken down into any number of types of cars and trucks. Performance, as mentioned, can be attributed to horsepower and torque; handling, which can be measured in cornering and braking ability; or looks, which can be viewed as wild paint jobs, the application of chrome where none has ever been seen, or styling cues that boggle the imagination. Performance is taking the norm and accelerating its outcome.

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To this end, the Corvette is all things when it comes to performance. Under the hood, underpinnings or winner of a beauty contest. The Corvette represents itself well in all phases of performance. The Corvette is, or at least should be, the calling card for SEMA. While there are always Corvettes at SEMA, there are hundreds of other examples of cars and trucks to tantalize one's imagination.

Walking both inside and outside the massive acreage that makes up the SEMA Show, we have found stock to modified Corvettes. Take a look at what we found on our first hot lap of the show on opening day.

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From overland crushers to rock crawling rigs—are you not entertained?What we did not know is how many aftermarket parts manufacturers and shops would take on the Gladiator as a display vehicle for the almighty 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas. At its core, SEMA, as it is known, is an industry-only trade show for some car manufacturers and many more parts makers to show off all their project cars and available parts and accessories. For insiders, SEMA is the world's biggest toy show for those crazy about cars and trucks. This year, the most popular truck at the show had to be the Jeep Gladiator.

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