Ringbrothers has been on a roll with teasing vehicles for the upcoming SEMA Show; they have 5 vehicles to debut at the event, one of which is a Chevy pickup named “Enyo.” Based on the number of teaser images that Ringbrothers has posted of the truck, it’s undoubtedly “a truck in name only,” as it’s being described. Many of the features we can see in the teaser images make it clear that it has been created for racing.
The truck is finished in a very light, almost yellow-green paint job and features several parts that are visibly carbon fiber. The tires on the vehicle are noticeably intended to be used on a racetrack, and though there’s a lot that can still be left to the imagination. The truck uses a minimum amount of body panels to keep it lightweight. One of the images that feature the license plate and taillight reveals that while there is a frame to indicate where the bed is, it’s just a shell where multiple components take up that space.
Ringbrothers Chevy “Enyo”: Details
Ringbrothers “Enyo,” build is based on a 1948 Chevy pickup. Its original steel cab has been narrowed, lengthened, chopped, and wedge cut. The teaser images show that the body features carbon fiber and a single-piece carbon fiber belly pan. The vehicle’s suspension in the photos is Cantilevered and located at every corner of the truck. As seen in one of the images, a 1,000 horsepower big-block marine racing engine has been mounted under the hood, which appears to make up most of the vehicle’s weight.
The 1948 Chevy pickup “Enyo” has been hailed as the most extreme build yet from Ringbrothers, evident by what we can see and the massive engine under the hood. It looks ready to take on some Formula one car if given the opportunity. The truck will be unveiled at the Mothers booth #22357 on November 1 at 2 PM. You definitely won’t want to miss this superb vehicle.