Garrett is a cutting-edge technology provider that enables vehicles to become safer, and more connected, efficient and environmentally friendly. We lead the development of innovative and differentiated solutions for turbocharging, electrification and automotive software, which empower the transportation industry to redefine and further advance motion.
The Garrett name has stood for pioneering turbocharging technology for more than 60 years and has made an indelible mark on the driving habits of millions of vehicle owners as well as the history of automotive engine performance.
Meet the team at booth #24468 – Racing & Performance
Garrett – Advancing Motion will be pulling the cover off an unprecedented custom vehicle built by YouTube personality Chris Steinbacher of B is for Build at the 2019 SEMA Show. The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan was purchased as a fire-damaged bare shell and has been transformed into the world’s first manual transmission, LS-powered, twin-turbocharged Huracan.
The vehicle is equipped with a 430 cubic inch Texas Speed LS engine, twin Garrett GTX3582R Gen II turbochargers and a Graziano transmission from an Audi R8.
The body of the vehicle has been modified based on a Khyzyl Saleem design and outfitted with carbon fiber body panels from a Huracan Super Trofeo.
Garrett – Advancing Motion will also be hosting a meet and greet with Chris and the B is for Build team at the booth Wednesday, November 6th from 3-5 p.m.
One of the final renderings done for bisforbuild and his Huracan sporting the Super Trofeo front end, merged with the rather aggressive splitters and rear body design!
The engine is a 430ci Texas Speed piece and the throws are Garrett GTX3582R Gen II chargers. The transmission is a Graziano unit that came from an Audi R8. There’s loads of awesome here and we’re sure this thing will get LOADS of attention!
On behalf of FOX Sports, Nik Miles and Mike Caudill, at Las Vegas Convention Center during SEMA 2018, the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show, visited Garrett – Advancing Motion booth.
At SEMA 2018, FOX Sports have uncovered the vehicle with most horsepower present on SEMA floor, 4000hp, the 1972 Chevy Nova + the launch of the G42 series Performance Turbos built for the road and track in mind.