Chevrolet will showcase a 1977 K5 Blazer converted to all-electric propulsion at SEMA360. The new K5 Blazer-E retains as much of the stock Blazer as possible and approximately 90 percent of the new parts installed for the eCrate package are factory components from the Chevrolet Bolt EV.

The Specialty Equipment Market Association, or SEMA, is back on track for 2021. The event is taking place in Las Vegas, NV in November this year, and looks to be as big and as popular as ever. Chevrolet is just one of the dozens of big-name attendees at the show, and will come with what it says are some truly interesting vehicles.

Chevy says that it’s bringing the goods to the 2021 SEMA Show. The automaker will have over a dozen personalized, concept, and modified production vehicles on the show floor. Chevrolet will also host the 2021 Chevrolet SEMA Design Awards, which recognizes the innovation, creativity, personalization, and performance of builders working with Chevy vehicles at the show. Four categories will be judged at this year’s event:

  • Chevy SEMA Car of the Year
  • Chevy SEMA Truck of the Year
  • Innovative Use of Technology
  • Designer’s Choice
The 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle Laguna with the all-new LT5 6.2L supercharged crate engine on display Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The new crate engines add to a portfolio of nearly 50 Small Block, Big Block, LS, LSX, LT, Circle Track and COPO crate engines, giving enthusiasts more choices for powering their projects. (Photo by Isaac Brekken for Chevrolet)

SEMA, like all other public events, took a beating in 2020. In fact, it didn’t even happen in person.  Its return in 2021 takes place from November 2-5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The show will have booths that cover nearly every part of the automotive aftermarket, from trucks/SUVs/off-road to powersports to hot rods and racing vehicles. Over 3,000 exhibitors will be in attendance, and several workshops, seminars, and education events will be held over the four-day event.