Camilo Pardo, designer of the Ford GT, visits SEMA Central to discuss automotive design and the advantages of using math data to design a car. In addition to designing the Ford GT-40, Pardo was on the “Motor City Masters” TV show.
The SEMA Show Industry Awards Banquet is the annual celebration of the specialty-equipment industry and is highlighted by top-flight entertainment.
As technology changes and products are being developed for just about any vehicle, buyers are turning to the SEMA Show to discover the latest trends in automotive technology.
Whether you are a SEMA Show veteran or a first-time exhibitor, this education-packed event has what your company needs to deliver the best ROI from your SEMA Show experience.
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.
Hundreds of specialty-equipment companies have submitted Booth Space Applications for the 2015 SEMA Show, November 3–6, Las Vegas.
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.
Jim Campbell, General Motor's U.S. vice president of performance vehicles and motorsports visits SEMA Central to discuss SEMA Show 2014 highlights.
Dave Wilson, president of Toyota Racing Development, makes a stop at SEMA Central to talk showroom cars and racing.