The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reached an accord with states and industry associations representing the automakers and major suppliers to reduce the amount of copper used in motor vehicle brake pads.
Wrapping up this week, the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) provided a look at the latest vehicle creations auto manufacturers are developing or introducing during the year.
Ford Motor Co. has announced its project-vehicle program for 2015.
Due to popular demand, two new dates have been added to the Ford Ranger T6 and Toyota HiLux SEMA Measuring Sessions.
Due to popular demand, SEMA has added a date for the Toyota
HiLux Measuring session at SEMA Headquarters in Diamond Bar, California.
The HiLux will now be made available to SEMA-member manufacturers July
31 and August 1 in Diamond Bar.
In celebration of the FIAT brand returning to North America, we are offering two vehicle customizers a FIAT 500 Sport Vehicles to express how "Life is best when driven"TM. For the first time, we are partnering with external customizers to express the multiple personalities of the FIAT 500 for SEMA 2011.
Ever wonder how a company gets a restoration product officially licensed by an OEM car maker? ARMO members can now find introductory information from 3 Original Equipment Manufacturers, including preliminary application forms, in one document.
More and more, OEMs see that the availability of accessories improves their dealers’ ability to sell vehicles. And they acknowledge that aftermarket manufacturers, who are in touch with enthusiastic car owners, are often the first to recognize important trends. Smart dealers are increasingly recognizing that a customized vehicle in the showroom can bring more customers through the door and get them more excited about a purchase. But until now, there was not much real data on the “accessory effect.”
Click here for a look at the Dodge vehicles on display at the 2010 SEMA Show.