GM’s lineup for the biggest aftermarket show in the US is being publicised on the big blogs.
It includes a Cadillac CTS, Escalade, an E85 Corvette, a Hummer H3 and a H2, a Saturn Astra, a Chevy Silverado, a Chevy Cobalt, Chevy HHR, and the stupidest Silverado you’ve ever seen painted in MLB colors.
No Saab this year.
Last year Saab were at SEMA, with the 9-7x Aero Concept by DUB.
I know that the first reaction of many to the headline question will be “good”. Who cares if Saab aren’t at SEMA, right?
The 9-7x Aero concept was pretty well done and it was very well received. Just before that concept car was shown, the guys at Speedparts pimped up a 9-7x and that particular car was also very well received.
It might not be your cup of tea, but SEMA is widely seen and it’s a pretty easy way for Saab to generate a bit of interest and excitement.
So – is it good or bad that Saab aren’t at SEMA? And if they were to show there, what would they show?