When it comes to versatility, the Chevrolet model lineup has it all. No matter what type of vehicle you want—whether it’s a teeny, tiny subcompact or a beefy SUV—Chevy has the car for you. That’s why it comes as no surprise that the Chevrolet SEMA car lineup displayed just as much versatility as its production lineup does.
During this year’s SEMA Show (which is known as being the stage for displaying tricked-out, aftermarket vehicles), Chevrolet brought six models that range from an autocross-ready vehicle to a beach bum’s dream. The first was the Chevy Silverado 1500 High Desert, which is available at dealerships. It is ready to head off-road with 22-inch wheels that feature a bronze finish, big brakes, and a performance exhaust.
Next was the Colorado Z71 Hurley Concept, which is all about the beach. This midsized pickup truck is meant to be a mobile beach house with a surfboard rack, plenty of storage, and water-resistant seats. The Silverado HD Carhartt Concept was also focused on making a certain lifestyle easier—mainly those that like to get a little down and dirty. With a duck-brown interior, Carhartt pin-striping, in-bed electrical outlets, and accents made of antique nickel, this pickup truck truly stands out.
For those looking for power, you have plenty to drool over with the Chevrolet Camaro Turbo AutoX Concept and the Camaro SS Drag Race Development Car. The former is an auto-cross ready car with 20-inch wheels and a GoPro camera mount on the body, while the latter builds off a production SS, adding a torque convert, DOT-approved racing slicks, and a variety of other engine modifications that helps it put out an extra 530 horsepower—before any power adders.
These six concept cars are the perfect example of how personalized your Chevrolet can become. To learn more, stop in to Swant Graber Chevrolet.