SEMA Challenge Debate Heats Up

  The Chevy Camaro is the outstanding leader in the SEMA Award's hottest car category.
Since the SEMA Challenge launched on October 1, enthusiasts have been speculating as to which vehicle models will emerge as the hottest car, truck and 4x4-SUV from the SEMA Show.

The hottest vehicle models will be honored with the first-ever SEMA Award next month in Las Vegas. Several vehicles have been identified as contenders for the award, and enthusiasts have been asked to take the SEMA Challenge to see if they can guess the winners.

Now in its third week, there is some debate in the SEMA Challenge voting on who the winners will be. The outstanding leader in the hottest car category is the Chevy Camaro, followed by the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger. In the lead for hottest truck is the Ford F-Series, followed by the Chevy Silverado. And it’s a tight running in the 4x4-SUV category, with the Jeep Grand Cherokee taking the lead, followed very closely by both the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Explorer.

Whether or not you have already cast your vote, you can vote again weekly until the end of the month. For every correct vote you place, you will receive one sweepstakes entry that will qualify you to win a VIP trip for two to the 2011 SEMA Show, including air and hotel accommodations. The SEMA Challenge ends November 1, so get your votes in now on the SEMA Facebook Page or at See if you can predict the vehicles in which exhibitors are choosing to invest!