AmericaJR’s Jason Rzucidlo reports from the Las Vegas Convention Center for the 2022 SEMA Show. The vehicle electrification section of the show, called SEMA Electrified, seems to be getting bigger and bigger. More car enthusiasts are looking to purchase an EV or convert their existing vehicle into one. Volkswagen showed off several concept vehicles including the ID.4 Drone Command Concept and the ID.4 Rebelle Rally. EcoFlow debuted its portable power devices which can be used to power an RV, tiny home off the grid or even an electric vehicle if it runs out of juice. Another company called Exro showed me how classic cars can be converted into electric vehicles. Toyota and Lexus took over the exhibit space where Ford used to be. The Lexus Electrified Sport Concept features 430 miles of range.
The SEMA Show will return to Las Vegas in 2023. For more info, go to www.SEMAshow.com.