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Industry in Action at the 2014 SEMA Show

Each year, during the first week of November, manufacturers of automotive parts and accessories gather in Las Vegas to debut their new products and connect with buyers and media.

Exterior Accessory Products Attract Buyers in New Products Showcase

A variety of different automotive accessories can be used for car customization, and at the 2014 SEMA Show, exterior accessories drew the most interest from buyers and media in the New Products Showcase.

Video: GM’s Jim Campbell Talks 2014 SEMA Show Highlights

Jim Campbell, General Motor's U.S. vice president of performance vehicles and motorsports visits SEMA Central to discuss SEMA Show 2014 highlights.

Video: Toyota’s Dave Wilson Discusses the Early Days of TRD

Dave Wilson, president of Toyota Racing Development, makes a stop at SEMA Central to talk showroom cars and racing.

2014 SEMA Show Exhibitors Report Record Success

Whether their goal was to connect with new or existing buyers, increase awareness or promote a new product, exhibitors note that the 2014 SEMA Show was one of the best ever.

Media Highlights 2014 SEMA Show's Automotive Trends

More than 2,000 credentialed media attended the 2014 SEMA Show in search of the newest products and latest developments that are driving the market today.

SEMA Show Attendee Wins JRi Shocks Hydraulic Ride Height System

William Hodge of Houston was the winner of JRi Shocks’ 2014 SEMA Show sweepstakes—the Ride Height system giveaway.

Ford Accepting Proposals for 2015 Project Vehicle Program

Ford Motor Co. has announced its project-vehicle program for 2015.

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Dual Championship Winner Declared at PRI Show

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow (HROT) changed its playoff format in 2014 to a new Dual Championship to allow teams to compete at either the SEMA Show in Las Vegas or the PRI Show in Indianapolis.

Video: Rocker Billy Gibbons Talks Hot Rods and Rock ’N’ Roll

From the SEMA Show floor, rock guitarist Billy Gibbons discusses rock 'n' roll and hot rods, particularly his “Whiskey Runner” ’33 coupe that was developed using scanning tools and equipment available in the SEMA Garage.
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