2022 SEMA Show: Holley's Feature Vehicles


2022 SEMA Show: Holley's Feature Vehicles


One of the best parts of the SEMA Show for attendees are the cars. Makes sense, considering that the show is centered around the automotive aftermarket, right? The Las Vegas Convention Center will be filled to the brim with high-quality builds of all types. Name your poison and then start looking, because you are very likely to find it. On road or off, domestic market, JDM, Euro, four wheels, two, or more, there will likely be something that catches your eye on the premises. You can walk miles on the show floor the whole week and wonder if you have seen everything there is to see.

Each year, Holley selects a handful of vehicles for the booth that showcases the best of the aftermarket that year. If you are attending the SEMA Show, you can see these vehicles at the Holley booth (22465) in the Central Hall. If not, click on the photo below to get more information about these builds!

1961 Chevrolet Corvette by Heartland Customs

How do you modernize a classic machine without taking away what makes the classic car so good? Heartland Customs' 1961 Corvette build targeted that fine line, keeping everything that makes the late C1 'Vette great while upgrading the engine, suspension, brakes and more to enhance the driving experience.

1965 Buick Riviera by Detroit Speed

The latest build from Detroit Speed is this gorgeous 1965 Buick Riviera. It might look like a mild custom, but the 468ci Mast Motorsports Black Label engine, Detroit Speed suspension and that unmistakably Ferrari-sourced red paint...not to mention the minute attention to detail...will leave even the most jaded looking the car over to see what they have missed.

1978 Ford F-100 "Eluminator" Concept

The all-electric 1978 Ford F-100 "Eluminator" concept truck made its debut at the 2021 SEMA show and serves as a running and driving example of what’s possible with today’s EV tech – not only for the OEMs, but also for those who are looking to retrofit an EV powertrain into a project of their own.

Mid-Engine 1967 Ford Mustang by "B Is For Build"

Would you believe that this mid-engine 1967 Ford Mustang was last seen in public dressed as a Bugatti Veyron in the film "Need For Speed"? YouTube channel B Is For Build has taken the chassis and powertrain from the movie prop car, added 1967 Mustang sheetmetal, then went wild with a widebody kit.


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