Roadster Shop has made itself known as an outstanding aftermarket company capable of creating high-quality chassis and components, which translates to spectacular cars and trucks, which we often take time to write about due to their fantastic nature. And they’ve attracted some of the highest profile clients in the world. Joe Rogan is one of them. The company is on track to advance its influence even further. It has just merged with the Aeromotive Group, which will provide Roadster Shop with even more opportunities to create spectacular cars for all of us to enjoy and, for some, even have featured in their garages.
Roadster Shop x Aeromotive Group Merger: Details
The new company will carry the Roadster Shop moniker, though now it can tap into the vast resources the Aeromotive Group brings to the team. This means that Roadster Shop will now use niche brands that complement each other to create something bigger and ultimately more spectacular for automotive enthusiasts, as opposed to just merging similar companies to reduce overhead. This will allow Roadster Shop to accomplish things that were not possible before the merger, along with having “access to new levels of capital for expansion,” says Laurent Potdevin, CEO of the Aeromotive Group.
Jeremy and Phil Gerber, along with their father, Neal, who has owned the aftermarket company since 2004, will continue to be part of RS for the foreseeable future. They will help steer the company’s expansion and growth domestically and internally, with access to even more resources than ever before to build some of the most spectacular vehicles the world has ever seen.
Roadster Shop is attending the 2023 SEMA Show, where it will showcase its newly branded company along with its list of brands, which now includes Aeromotive Fuel Systems, JBA Performance Exhaust, Waterman Racing Components, Doug’s Headers, Taylor Cable, Patriot Exhaust, and many more. So, things are about to get even more exciting for the projects that the high-end builder has in the works.