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China Business Development Program

SEMA Garage International Measuring SessionTwenty-one SEMA-member companies recently traveled to Shanghai, China, for the 2015 SEMA China Business Development Program, which included meetings with U.S. government officials in the area, tours of customizing shops, including a new shop that focuses on upgrading and distributing parts solely for Mustangs, Corvettes and other U.S. late-model musclecars, exhibiting in the SEMA section at the sold-out China Auto Salon (CAS) and, for the first time, participating in a measuring session featuring the winning vehicles in a SEMA-conducted survey of top customized vehicles in China that are not available in the United States.

Top Selling Vehicles: Selected Countries, Asia, 2005-2013

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Included in this report: China (PRC), Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, and Thailand

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Vehicle Make and Model Data For Selected Asian Countries 2005-2011: China (PRC), Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and Thailand

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Included are the top selling cars, pickups and SUVs from 2005-2011. Source: SEMA calculations from IHS data.

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Rough Chinese Terrain Creates Market for U.S. Specialty Products

A growing number of Chinese are looking to explore their country’s rougher regions by going off-road, and Jeep sales in China are surging. But China’s terrain is apparently rougher than that found in the United States—or perhaps Chinese drivers are just more radical—because U.S.-built Jeeps are not durable enough for China, an engineer with Chrysler in China told SEMA. That could be an opportunity for SEMA members.

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