Chevrolet Wows SEMA Show-Goers with a Host of Innovations

At the recent Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, Chevrolet introduced a number of special edition and concept vehicles, along with myriad performance parts and accessories designed to offer the utmost in customization. To be honest, Chevrolet showcased so many new products that we aren’t able to detail them all. Here are just a few...

Country music star Luke Bryan joined forces with Chevy to develop the "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day" Suburban concept vehicle that was proudly displayed on the SEMA show floor. Adorned with camouflage graphics and Huntin', fishin' and Lovin' Every Day exterior badges, the SUV rides high on a 6-inch lift suspension and22-inch concept wheels and features a lower skid plate extension and a dual-tipped exhaust.

This year marks a full century of Chevrolet trucks, so the company developed the 2018 Silverado and Colorado Centennial Edition trucks in commemoration of the occasion. Both were displayed in Centennial Blue, and boast Centennial door badges along with heritage Chevy bowtie emblems.

The Traverse Stand Up Paddle Board Concept vehicle displays Blue Wave graphics on the side, with dark gray-painted rocker and wheel openings and a yellow stripe package.

The all-new Camaro Hot Wheels® special edition package honors 50 years of the popular toy, and features a Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary fender badge, Crush exterior paint, Satin Graphite ground effects and metallic accents. The package will be available on both coupe and convertible versions of the 2LT and 2SS models.

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