The 2022 SEMA Show is just a week away, and with it, we will see several exciting builds that are bound to spark creativity and envy among car enthusiasts. Companies have been teasing their upcoming vehicles for the past few weeks to build up the hype around their creations and the most recent entry is Roadster Shop, which is bringing not one, but two builds to SEMA: a special Buick Grand National, and built out Chevrolet Chevelle.
Roadster Shop Buick Grand National And Chevy Chevelle: Details
Starting with the Roadster Shop Buick Grand National, we’ve gotten a teaser image that showcases the car’s taillights and a red light that helps accentuate some of the car’s curves. But, Roadster Shop didn’t stop there and also decided to provide a 21-second video on their Facebook page, which shows that they are bridging modern tech with the classic car. Though, the digital instrument cluster design in the video appears to feature a retro look which will no doubt be quite cool. We’ll have to wait until next week, when the car will be unveiled at Booth #22889, to see just what wonderful things the people at Roadster Shop did to this Buick Grand National.
The following vehicle that Roadster Shop will unveil at SEMA is a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle which will be located in the BASF booth #20365. We get a 36-second video on their Facebook page showcasing several photos of the car when it was first brought into the shop and gutted and modified. The video shows that several new parts were created and 3D printed for the vehicle to bring about a different design of the classic car. The car will be painted black, but the group made sure not to reveal the vehicle too much until the event.