Nearly 200 SEMA-member manufacturers have measured the first two global vehicles SEMA has imported through a partnership with the US Department of Commerce—a ’12 Toyota Hilux and ’13 Ford Ranger T6. Both vehicles are heavily customized around the world but not available in the United States. To measure either of these vehicles, contact Mike Spagnola at email@example.com.
With the first 40 votes in, four vehicles—the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado four-door, VW Amarok, Nissan Patrol and Mitsubishi L200—are on the short list of vehicles that are popular globally, but not sold in the United States, which members are interested in measuring to create export-ready product. Now is your chance to vote for one of these four vehicles or any other vehicle that fits the criteria of vehicles popularly customized outside the United States but not sold in this country.
Please also let us know the vehicle configurations in which you are most interested. This program, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce, is designed to facilitate exports of United States-made products by providing access to hard-to-obtain vehicles that are popular globally but not sold in the United States.
Members continue to have access to the first two vehicles imported through this program—a ’12 Toyota Hilux and a ’13 Ford Ranger T6. Contact SEMA's Mike Spagnola for access to either of these vehicles at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vote now for the next global vehicle.
Questions? Contact Linda Spencer, SEMA senior director of international and government affairs, at at email@example.com.
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado four-door