It’s been a couple of weeks since SEMA already – but we sure hadn’t have enough!
BlackVue sponsored a crazy number of almost 50 (fifty!) vehicles this year at SEMA. Every sponsored car sported a a setup consisting of the top-of-the-line BlackVue 4K UHD DR900S-2CH dashcam along with a Power Magic Pro.
Power Magic Pro, which is a Parking Mode accessory, allowed the dashcams record even when the engines were off, capturing everything that was going on at the show!
Here are some of the sponsored vehicles – our representative visited the booths and featured spots to take pictures of the cars and BlackVue dashcams in them!
BlackVue Booth Vehicle
During this year’s SEMA in Las Vegas, our representatives were meeting with the visitors in the BlackVue booth #11961 in the North Hall. The show-goers who stopped by our booth could admire a red 1967 Chevrolet C10!
The C10 was picked as our booth car this year and we couldn’t be more honored – the vehicle truly shined throughout the show. Interesting tidbit about our display car: only the top of the cabin remains from the original vehicle. Everything else had to be built anew.
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Gladiators, Marvel Wraps and more
This year we sponsored quite a number of Jeep Gladiators, featured in various booths around the show. Some of the other sponsored vehicles included a 1987 BMW E24 , 2020 Toyota Supra A90 and 1998 Mitsubishi Evolution 5.
We also fitted our dashcams into a 2018 Dodge Charger and 2013 Chevrolet Camaro SS, which were wrapped respectively with Venom and Deathstroke artwork by Tyler Kirkham, a renowned Marvel artist whose images are used for a variety of collectable Variant comic covers.
Make sure to check out the gallery with some of the BlackVue sponsored 2019 SEMA vehicles below!
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