This year, 18 teams of high school students traveled to Las Vegas for the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Showdown at SEMA, and 15 will go to the PRI Show for playoff competition.
This eye-catching ’23 Track T Roadster built by Jerry Magnuson, founder of Magnuson Superchargers and past builder of Indy cars, demonstrates how DEI and Boom Mat products together control heat and sound.
Chevrolet’s SS Sport, Sonic, Impala and Cruze performance-oriented concepts debuted at the 2014 SEMA Show.
The Texas Auto Media Association celebrated its 8th anniversary at this year’s SEMA Show by announcing the winners of the 2014 AutoJudge (formerly: Readers Choice) Awards for automobiles, SUVs and pickups.
During the Keynote & Coffee series, Showgoers enjoy free coffee while they hear industry insight on how to stay competitive in the fast-moving specialty-equipment market.
On the opening day of the 2014 SEMA Show, bonspeedMedia debuted its original automotive series, “Shift and Steer,” in the Mothers’ Polish, Waxes and Cleaners semi-truck display.
The prestigious Robert E. Petersen Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Ed Pink during the New Products Awards Breakfast, Tuesday, November 4.
More than 125 vehicle builders and car customizers entered the first-ever SEMA Battle of the Builders competition taking place at SEMA Ignited, Friday, November 7.
Here are some brief news and updates from several 2014 SEMA Show exhibitors.
At a press conference Tuesday morning, Toyota revealed an apparently street-legal car that looked like an ordinary ’15 Camry XSE sedan.