It’s great to see that auto shows have been resumed and things are back on track. Since the pandemic conquered the world, all of the auto shows were canceled and no one knew when it will be resumed.
Many of the car companies couldn’t get the right platform to exhibit their new concept cars or editions for the upcoming years.
But guess what it’s back and it came in style especially SEMA auto shows. Yes! SEMA auto shows are considered one of the most popular and anticipated auto shows on the planet.
Even this year at the end of 2021, SEMA returned and grabbed every attention.
There’s no shame in admitting that it’s the best auto show of the year with limited car companies. How about let’s jump into the topic and have a great look at the glorious night of vehicles.
SEMA Auto Show 2021 – Where the automobiles come alive
According to the attendance figures that came out, SEAM Auto Show 2021 became the largest trade show in the world. Las Vegas was filled with innovations and supreme cars.
Although some of the critics weren’t happy with the organization that over 700 vendors from previous years couldn’t make it or decided not to attend for 2021.
But it looked like the audience and other vendors were happy with the SEMA Auto Show’s construction.
The whole hall was covered with some muscle cars, important car parts, and much more to display, 2021 SEMA auto show delivered the show stopper event for all the car lovers out there.
It was Electric
SEMA Auto Show was all about electric cars that stood out and created more impact. From Chevrolet Performance unveiling the recently EV-swapped Project X and the latest eCrate Connect & Cruise electric crate motor.
Talking about the SEMA Auto Show and Ford staying out of the line wouldn’t happen at all. Eluminator-swapped 1978 Ford F-100 with Mustang Mach-E GT drivetrain in its booth took all the center of center and everyone’s eye stuck on it.
Not only that almost dozens of EVs were scattered in the hall and making SEMA Auto Show 2021 more valuable.
Among all the EVs, one of the best and eye-catching was the Electric Electra—a 1963 Buick Electra bonded to a Karma Revero GT built by Ant Anstead.
Saying that SEAM Auto Show 2021 was the night of the latest innovations wouldn’t be an understatement. Diesel engine builds, EV truck builds, and custom Jeep Wrangler arrived at the show.
More of the electrical future of hot rodding was disclosed as Dave Kindig revealed his new carbon-fiber-bodied C1 Corvette concepts that will be available for series production.
SEMA Auto show has officially announced the dates of the 2022 event. November will be the month where you see more upcoming future cars and innovations. 1st to 4th of November mark your calendar because if you are into cars then SEMA Auto Show is a must-attend event.