Automobile lovers across America know there’s one kind of car show that tops all the rest: Cars and Coffee. Cars and Coffee Exposed will give you a front row seat to the biggest and best Cars and Coffee events around America.
Cars and Coffee
The original concept for Cars and Coffee began nearly twenty years ago at Newport Beach’s Crystal Cove Promenade. The idea of the organizers was to create a small, intimate, “car show for car guys”. A chance for owners and spectators to gather in one spot, show off their fabulous rides, and talk about the one thing they were most passionate about-cars. To this day, the organizers of the hundreds of independently run Cars and Coffee events across the US, which often draw over 1000 cars and 5000+ spectators to a single event, have worked diligently to uphold the original intent of the founders: consistently create a welcoming, enthusiastic atmosphere that celebrates the automobile culture.
Cars and Coffee Exposed
The Sights, The Sounds. The Cars.
DHG MOTO is currently in production of a new, episodic video series titled, Cars and Coffee Exposed. The purpose of Cars and Coffee Exposed is to produce a deep well of stories, visuals, and excitement around the cultural happenings that are Cars and Coffee events. The premier of Cars and Coffee Exposed will be early September 2023, on the Powertube TV Network.
When it comes to cars, Chelsea Allen can talk the talk and walk the walk. The second-generation after-market Automotive Restyler owns and operates Crush Customs, one of the most respected and sought after automotive customization sources in the greater Atlanta area. But it’s her personality, positive approach, eagerness to entertain, and love of all things automotive that makes her the perfect host for Cars and Coffee Exposed. Among other credits, Chelsea and her talented crew were asked to be a part of the build team creating beautiful interiors for the hit MotorTrend TV show “Ride of Your Life” with Courtney Hansen. Chelsea is currently active as a SEMA member and volunteers as a part of the SEMA PRO council where she and her colleagues provide tools and resources for restylers across the country and advocate for the right to modify.