There are a lot of events from which to choose while at the SEMA Show. Few activities rise to the top, but here are five that ETTN members may find interesting.
New Products Showcase, Upper South Hall, Booth #31307
With thousands of the hottest and newest products displayed in a single location, the New Products Showcase is the most efficient place to see what's new. Products are organized by market segment and include details to make it easy to identify exhibitors you want to visit during the week.
SEMA Electrified, LVCC North Hall
As a trade association, SEMA looks down the road for emerging trends in performance and hot rodding. As a modern-day expression of these enthusiast pursuits, vehicle electrification offers the industry new business opportunities and the SEMA Show's SEMA Electrified area helps attendees see where this segment is headed. Experience for yourself the surprising technologies that are advancing and redefining the performance aftermarket. At SEMA Electrified, you'll encounter some incredible custom electric-vehicle conversions and noteworthy parts and products that are currently driving the market.
ADAS Showcase, Upper South Hall Booth #36007
The 2022 SEMA Show will debut a new, dedicated space for the study of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS)—the SEMA Show ADAS Showcase. The 6,600-sq.-ft. feature area will provide attendees with a forum to learn from subject-matter experts, to exchange knowledge, discuss ADAS best practices, and gain hands-on experience with ADAS tools and equipment.
SEMA Launch Pad Corral, Central Hall, Booth #22970
Fifteen innovators who competed in a "Shark Tank"-style pitching competition for automotive entrepreneurs will have their new products showcased in the Launch Pad Corral. Check out the products in the Launch Pad Corral all week long in Central Hall, Booth #22970. Also, watch as the Top 5 competitors compete in an elimination competition to be held on Wednesday, November 2, at SEMA Central (Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center). The Top Five will be narrowed down to the final two candidates, who will present their pitches at the SEMA Show Industry Awards Banquet, Thursday, Nov. 3. The ultimate winner will receive a prize package valued to nearly $100,000.
LVCC Loop, West Hall, Central Hall, Lower South Hall
Walking the SEMA Show floor can eat into valuable time, so Showgoers looking to maximize their efficiency during Show week can take advantage of the new LVCC Loop. A 1.7-mi. subway tunnel that connects West, Central and South Halls at three dedicated stations can save time by transporting you from one end of the Convention Center to another in roughly four minutes.