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Proposals Now Being Accepted for Ford's 2011 Project-Vehicle Program

Ford and Lincoln are now accepting project vehicle proposals from SEMA members for the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The proposal submission deadline is March 1, 2011, and the award recipient notification deadline is May 2, 2011. Information on Ford vehicles is available here. Information on Lincoln vehicles is available here.

GM Opens Bids for 2010 Project Vehicles

Time to start thinking about that GM project vehicle for the 2010 SEMA Show. General Motors will focus on passenger car performance accessories, and some pick-up trucks with full accessory programs from the accessories market.

Time Running Out to Secure Ford Project Vehicles for 2010

Ford is accepting proposals for its annual project vehicle program, but only until March 1. Act now if you're planning a Ford, Lincoln or Mercury project for 2010. 

Vehicles of the 2009 SEMA Show

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Just when you think you’ve seen everything, it’s time for the SEMA Show and a whole new panorama of vehicular sculpture. Virtually every type of car, truck and—new this year—powersports machine appears in this automotive carnival. While the premise of the event is mainly business—the place where the products that will appear on cars next year are ordered by retailers and jobbers today—the SEMA Show is also a gallery of works produced by the greatest custom builders in the country. The annual SEMA News “Vehicles of the Show” preview provides a mere sampling of what will be parked in and around the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Deadline Next Week for Kia SEMA Show Project Vehicle Proposals

Kia Motors America is focusing on the all-new Soul, Forte and Forte Koup for its 2009 SEMA Show project-vehicle program, and plans to make 5–10 prototypes available for use as long-term Show projects and in other 2009/2010 promotional opportunities.

Suzuki Offers Kizashi 3 Concept for SEMA Show Projects


  A limited number of Suzuki's Kizashi 3 Concept are available to SEMA members for project-vehicle builds.

Suzuki is providing SEMA members exhibiting at the 2009 SEMA Show with an opportunity to build a Kizashi 3 project vehicle. As one of the newest models planned to join Suzuki’s lineup, the Concept Kizashi 3 sport sedan debuted at last year’s New York International Auto Show.

The automaker is generating additional interest in this launch through the specialty-equipment industry by providing pre-production versions of the vehicle to companies for one year to create and promote accessories.

Suzuki has plans to launch the sport sedan at the end of 2009 as a 2010 model.

Click here for Kizashi 3 project vehicle program information, proposal guidelines and requirements in PDF format. Proposals must be received by Suzuki by Friday, May 1. Additional details on the vehicle are available at

Suzuki Offers Kizashi 3 Concept for SEMA Show Project Builders

A limited number of Suzuki's Kizashi 3 Concept are available to SEMA members for project-vehicle builds.

Want a Camaro or Pontiac G8 Project Vehicle for the 2009 SEMA Show?

General Motors encourages manufacturers, designers and restylers to design a Camaro or Pontiac G8 for the 2009 SEMA Show.

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