Las Vegas’ Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show begins November 1st and runs through November 4th. It takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center located at 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109.
You’re going to find over 2,500 new products on display with over 2,400 exhibiting companies. Show your support for new and local brands and watch as they compete for attention from the big dogs of the industry. Here are two of the highlighting attractions set to debut at the event.
Nissan’s Fastest Creation Yet: The New GT-R Will Be On Display.
Nissan is expected to show off their their new GT-R package. This car took to the Nürburgring and boasts a completion time of 7:879 as a new lap record. Included you’ll find new aero bits dropping your ass to the ground, a suspension capable of handling rough surfaces, and new seats gripping your torso as you whip through turns and curves at blinding speeds.
Honda’s Golden Child Coming in A Brushed-Aluminum Finish: It’s the Honda Civic Type R.
People can also expect to see the new Honda Civic Type R Prototype, which debuted in Paris at the 2016 Mondial de L’Automobile. And now… it’s on its way to the Las Vegas, Nevada. This is going to be the very first time a Honda-badged Type R will enter the US!
You’ve got to find yourself geeking on seeing the freshest exterior on the planet. We’re talking a highly reflexive, “finely grained brushed aluminum-effect” finish. This look is exclusive only to this prototype and cannot be found elsewhere. The unmistakably aggressive fascia finds itself complimented by a winged carbon fiber splinter with a sporty red line accent. Be sure to examine the rear wing and extended wheel arches for additional customization. This piece of machinery is no-holds barr, it is not to be handled by the weak. You’ve been warned.
Just to wet your appetite check out last year’s testimonials of the Las Vegas, Nevada SEMA show of 2015. Don’t forget to register for the event through this link and stay turned to TheVegas7.com to bring you the latest coverage of this year’s SEMA show.