The annual SEMA Show is a beast of an event taking place in the bowels of the Las Vegas Convention Center, attracting the world’s most outlandish builds and over a hundred thousand people in the process. It’s also known to attract a celebrity or two. This year’s show, which takes place the first week of November, will feature Kevin Hart’s Muscle Car Crew as keynote speakers on opening day (Nov. 1). The crew will be on hand to offer stories that have come out of their new TV show and offer insight on what life has been like since taking a deep dive into car culture. There hasn’t been any official word on whether or not Kevin Hart will officially be in attendance, however, seeing as he is the leader of the pack, and a car enthusiast, it would be nice to see him there.
Kevin Hart is just as much of a muscle car fanatic as he is a comedian. We’ve seen him show off his Halloween themed 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner capable of producing 940 horsepower earlier this year. We’ve also seen him sell off a 1977 Ford Bronco at Barrett Jackson for just under $140,000, and spend nearly a million on a classic Corvette. More infamously, though, he was also involved in a crash that totaled one of his Plymouth Barracudas.
Cast members of Kevin Hart’s Muscle Car Crew will be joined by television personality Chris Jacobs who will host the session beginning at 10 a.m. on Tuesday November 1 in the Paradise event center. SEMA says in their press release that a total of five speakers will be featured Tuesday to Friday. Friday’s featured guest has been revealed as Hall of Fame running back and newly made NASCAR Xfinity Series race team co-owner Emitt Smith, other speakers have yet to be announced.
The keynote sessions are a new addition to the 2022 SEMA Show Education Program. Each keynote is focused on both educating and entertaining those in attendance. The speakers to be announced are expected to be industry professionals, thought leaders, entertainers and car enthusiasts all of which will look to elevate the business and personal growth objectives of attendees.