Here is an inside look at some of the LTAA feature vehicles on display at the 2016 SEMA Show.
For the fifth consecutive year, SEMA News is looking to highlight top-tier talent in the automotive aftermarket industry age 35 and younger.
Ransomware has been around for more than a decade, but recent increases in new criminal attacks are causing serious concern.
At the 2016 SEMA Washington Rally, Smith convinced U.S. Representative Steve Womack (R-AR) to co-sponsor the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act.
The SEMA Garage recently had a special request to help design some accessories for a jolly guy with a tight deadline.
While increasing numbers of companies are moving to “native advertising,” the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has warned, “watch your step.”
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, is a popular and increasingly applied technology in the automotive world. A meticulous, layer-by-layer process, 3D printing offers limitless options and cheaper solutions to manufacturers’ processes.
SEMA News had the cameras rolling to catch the industry in action at the 2016 SEMA Show.
It’s 1978, and then-SEMA President Leo Kagan is driving an antique car onto the floor of the SEMA Show in just its second year at the Las Vegas Convention Center. In the back seat of the car are Robert and Margie Petersen, who were instrumental in producing the very first SEMA Show back in 1967.
In what has become a highly anticipated September tradition, SEMA News is once again pleased to present the annual “35 Under 35” listing of rising industry talent. This marks the fifth anniversary of this special feature, and we think readers will agree that the young trendsetters profiled in the following pages once again prove that the future of the automotive specialty-equipment industry is in extremely capable hands.