EcoTrek is set to debut what it calls some of the most incredible “mean and green” automotive designs to the public during the 2007 SEMA Show. The company’s vehicle displays will include a 700-hp biodiesel Hummer H2, a Baja-ready biofuel Ford F-250 and other amazing “petrol-free” street and off-road rides.
All of the EcoTrek vehicles feature accessories made by SEMA members that convey a positive environmental message. For example, the vehicles incorporate tires made by Nitto and Toyo that were produced with recycled rubber at low-emissions American factories, as well as products from ProComp and RealWheels that use a new “eco-considerate” chroming process.
EcoTrek will also construct a mini TV studio to interview SEMA members for TV productions that EcoTrek is compiling for the Discovery Network, National Geographic and several Internet broadcast outlets. EcoTrek will also host media representatives from other print and broadcast sources.
For more information on the 2007 SEMA Show, visit www.SEMAShow.com.