The SEMA show is regarded as one of the most rebellious auto shows in the industry, with a seeming “the-only-rule-is-no-rules” philosophy. It’s often a place where manufacturers show off cool modifications and aftermarket parts. At this year’s SEMA show, Chevrolet is teasing a new Corvette ZR1 engine. The new crate engine, a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that cranks out 755 horsepower, won’t be coming to SEMA in a Corvette, however. Instead, Chevrolet is impressing auto enthusiasts everywhere with an upgraded 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle Laguna.
The customized Chevelle Laguna offers a relatively subtle but striking appearance, featuring an all-black exterior with contrasting red lettering on the tires and wheels. And while the Chevelle with its supercharged V8 will be stealing the spotlight at SEMA, Chevrolet will also be debuting two other powerful engines under the hoods of two vintage trucks — a ‘78 K10 Silverado and a ‘67 C10 truck.
The new Corvette ZR1 engine gets a cool presentation under the hood of a refurbished vintage car. Chevrolet’s SEMA show is sure to attract attention from modern sports car lovers and classic car fanatics alike.
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