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Spy Shots—2010 Mercedes-Benz S Class: Two-Door Grand Touring

A new M-Benz CL will likely be called, more appropriately, the S-Class Coupe. Expect more aggressive front-end styling and LED lamps front, and possibly back.

Sharpen Your Electronic Parts Catalog and Drive More Sales

Learn how to maximize your specialty aftermarket parts e-catalog and your online marketing at SEMA’s 2009 Internet Symposium sponsored by SPC on Saturday, August 1 at Pasadena, California’s Convention Center.

Announce Your SEMA Show Product Intros in eNews

Create additional awareness and momentum for your 2009 SEMA Show product intros by submitting new product information for inclusion in SEMA eNews.

Top of Mind Consumer Purchase Plan Trend—PADI Comparison

Trends from December 2008 to May 2009 show that more consumers are thinking about buying wheels, tires and suspension products then accessories or performance parts.

Harrah's Hotel Group Drops Room Rates for SEMA Show Attendees

For a limited time, the Harrah’s hotel group is dropping rates at its seven Las Vegas properties for SEMA Show attendees.

Friday Deadline! Last Chance to get Tech Specs on the 2010 Mustang GT

Don't sleep—tomorrow is the deadline to register for the 2010 Mustang GT coupe measuring session!

Consumer Forecasts, Financial Benchmarking and Market Reports Available Through SEMA Research

A look at the services and reports available to SEMA members through the Research & Information Center.

Major Drivers and Celebs Donate Autographed Pinewood Cars

Want a great autographed item from your favorite driver, auto icon or entertainment celeb? Then check out the great signed pinewood cars available at the SEMA Pinewood Drag Races.

SEMA Campaign Targets Racing and Performance Buyers

The SEMA Show's Racing & Performance section is a favorite with buyers and attendees. The top product interest for all 2008 pre-registered buyers was, in fact, performance accessories.

Electric Cars—The Next Big Thing for Specialty Equipment

Ready or not, electric cars are poised to take the automotive market by storm. The auto industry wants to have 1 million plug-ins on U.S. roads by 2015.
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