When the SEMA Show in Las Vegas is done on Friday they let all the cars, trucks, and other vehicles on display leave the building so that the teardown process can start on all the booths. And while not all the vehicles participate, the vast majority drive out on the cruise route so that everyone standing on the street can watch them roll out of the convention center. Following the show is SEMA Ignite, where any of the vehicles from the show can come out for display to the public and where the public can come get an up-close and personal look at all of them. I’ve had vehicles inside for the SEMA Show on a couple of occasions and can tell you that driving out of the building and around the lots through the cruise route is cool. People are gawking and cheering and having a great time and it is cool to be a part of that.
In this video you’ll see some cool highlights of some of the rides that made the trek out of the convention center, through the cruise route and onto the street.
Check it out.