Chevrolet announced in a press release this weekend that they will be showcasing their broadest-ever range of vehicles at the 2012 SEMA Show.
Chevy stated last week that they will be showing off many upcoming vehicles like the new Impala, Malibu Turbo and Camaro concepts scheduled to come out next year.
"Chevrolet Performance is the direct line from the factory for performance and personalization parts and the SEMA Show gives us the chance to show everything our engineers have been working on," said Jim Campbell, GM U.S. vice president of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports in the press release. "From Sonic to Cruze, to Camaro, Corvette and Silverado, we offer more parts and accessories than anyone in the aftermarket."
The SEMA Show is billed as the biggest "automotive specialty products trade event in the world" according to the SEMA show website.
It annually attracts the best and newest cars that will be released within the next year all in one location. Those that attend any date of the SEMA Show will also be eligible to attend events such as product demonstrations, educational seminars, and networking opportunities.
The show is scheduled to start on Oct. 30 until Nov. 2 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Click here for more information about the event, to purchase a ticket for the event or to buy a exhibition booth.
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