GM’s New Investment

Here at N2A Motors, we pride ourselves on our ability to build quality performance vehicles under the Langmesser brand. With that said, we are happy to see one of our brand partners, GM, making an incredible investment in a mission we and other coachbuilders take so seriously.

As you may or may not know, the GM Performance Build Center located in Bowling Green, Kentucky is responsible for rolling every Corvette through its assembly line. This Center is also responsible for rolling out other GM high-performance engines, such as Cadillac’s supercharged 4.4L Northstar V8, the C6 Corvette Z06, Camero Z/28 and C7 Stingray Corvette Z06.

As of January 2016, GM has announced a $44 Million investment into the specialty performance engine department at the Performance Build Center. This investment will help to produce an abundance of new performance models as well as add an additional 36 employees to its team.

At the Langmesser brand, we support putting a positive spotlight on building high-performance vehicles and creating jobs in the process. Way to go, GM!


SEMA & Festivals of Speed

Over the last couple of months, our very own Gene Langmesser attended some huge international car shows. Gene represented N2A Motors, as well as his creative partnership in the construction of the Rezvani Beast and the Trion Nemesis.

In November, Gene attended the SEMA show held in Las Vegas, Nevada. SEMA is an annual premiere automotive specialty products trade event. This four-day event brought together the automotive industry’s brightest minds and hottest products. All attendees participated in educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events and networking opportunities. Gene was one of the more than 60,000 domestic and international buyers to attend this year’s event.

In December, Gene again represented N2A Motors at the Festivals of Speed held in Orlando, Florida. The weekend-long event included an evening reception, a golf tournament, a benefit dinner and, or course, the Tenth Annual Festivals of Speed. The festival showcased both vintage and modern vehicles of all makes and models, including exotic supercars, custom motorcycles, watercrafts and more. At the end of the weekend, there was an extravagant awards presentation complete with crystal trophies for all the winners.

So what does all this mean for you? Well, Gene Langmesser’s brand will be developing with new partners on some huge projects. If you are just getting to know the Langmesser brand… pretty soon you will be bragging that you knew it before it was a household name.