The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas is one of the most interesting car shows of the year. While you won’t see many new models debut, you will see some amazing customizations.
This year, the Chevrolet SEMA lineup is performance-inspired and features customized versions of the SS Sport, Sonic, Impala, and Cruze.
“Chevrolet’s 2015 passenger car lineup is one of the strongest and most competitive in the industry, offering customers a wide range of great-looking, great-driving and well-connected choices,” said Paul Edwards, vice president, Chevrolet Marketing, in a statement. “They’re personal cars, too, and these concepts suggest possibilities of how to amplify Chevrolet’s heritage of performance and fun-to-drive spirit to make them even more personal.”
The custom cars on display will show many accessories that are currently available from Chevrolet dealers and a few that are being considered for production.
While the small Chevrolet Cruze may seem like an unlikely candidate for a performance car, just check out what Chevrolet engineers can do. For SEMA, engineers gave the Cruze the RS Plus treatment. With this available package, it adds rocker molding, a rear spoiler, unique fascias, and flog lamps. Inside, a sporty instrument cluster adds chrome accent rings and opaque cluster bezels with ice blue backlighting.
The custom package on display at the show will include a unique Wildfire Metallic paint job, unique lower body molding, and a custom rear spoiler.
What is your favorite performance-inspired custom Chevrolet at the SEMA show?