Buick will present no less than three modified Enclave crossovers at this week’s SEMA Auto Show, with one of the vehicles designed by nine-year NBA veteran Jerome Williams. The former NBA star’s customized model is differentiated by its ‘White Opal’ finish and 24in Giovanna Canelli wheels shod with Pirelli rubber.

When quizzed about why Williams chose the Enclave, his response is that “Buick is all about style, elegance, luxury and refinement, and those attributes are perfectly represented in Enclave.” Williams has left most of the exterior untouched, adding only a roof-mounted satellite dish and new bumpers. Inside, it’s a totally different story. Seats are covered with dark brown leather and white LED accent lights are integrated into the A and B-pillars. To keep passengers entertained there are DVD and Blu-ray players, an internet connection and four 10in monitors integrated into the headrests.

The second model is the Enclave Black Platinum Edition, appropriately finished in a ‘House of Kolor’ black diamond custom paint job. The car was created by Mitek Corporation of Phoenix and features 20in wheels, body-color moldings, aluminum trim and a 2in lowering kit. The interior features deep blue leather trim and an MTX 4,900 watt stereo system.

The final SEMA Enclave is the Buick ‘Uptown,’ a luxury-sports version of the regular crossover with lowered suspension, a two-tone paint scheme, chrome trim and 22in MOMO wheels and Pirelli tires.