SEMA Sneak Peek 2016- An Exclusive Chevrolet Event


The day came to a close, we said our goodbyes, and then headed out to Las Vegas for SEMA in our private Suburban chauffeur. General Motors really treats their guests very well, but my time of being a Spring Mountain princess was over and it was time to be back to my normal self and attend the SEMA show.

General Motors didn’t leave their wows and endless booze at Spring Mountain, however. Their official SEMA media event was spectacular with special vehicle releases, such as the really cool Hurley brand inspired Colorado and my favorite, the Alaskan edition Silverado that comes from the factory with a giant snow plow on it.


A collaborative design approach between Chevrolet and Hurley intended to hit the beach for surfing. 


My guilty pleasure- the giant snow plow equipped Silverado. I would never need one of these in sunny Southern California, but I can't help but think it's really cool. 


The wows were plentiful when the CEO drove the super rare, first ever produced Camaro- VIN number one, inside of the building for a jaw-dropping entrance. It is usually kept in a safe facility in a sealed preservation container, but that didn’t keep MotoIQ's own, Jeff Naeyaert, from putting a small fingerprint on it.

Every year at SEMA, Chevrolet comes dressed to impress with their hottest new cars and performance upgrades. This year was definitely no exception, and it was an honor to experience first hand what's new for 2017. 

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