The 2017 SEMA show will come to a close today, but Chevrolet and Cadillac walked away with recognition after the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro and the 2017 Cadillac CTS-V both earned awards for “hottest” vehicle in their respective segments.
The award recognizes the hottest coupe, sedan, hatchback, SUV and truck, with the Camaro taking hottest coupe and the CTS-V walking away with hottest sedan. SEMA exhibitors bestow the award on various brands and their vehicles once determining the most accessory-friendly cars on the market.
Indeed, both the Camaro and CTS-V boast loads of aftermarket support. Both cars feature immense availability for performance parts, styling enhancements, basic bolt-ons and much more.
Although Cadillac itself did not present any new parts or concept vehicles, Chevrolet brought the 2018 Camaro Hot Wheels Edition to the SEMA show. The car marks 50 years of Hot Wheels toy cars. Coincidentally, Hot Wheels chose the Camaro as one of the first toy car models in 1968.