The 2022 SEMA Show features an expanded SEMA Electrified section. Located in the North Hall, Booth #11268, the specialized exhibit area showcases the latest advancements in EV technology, including new products and solutions for EV platforms and conversions. In addition to SEMA Electrified, EV projects and products are also displayed throughout the Show floor. Additionally, the SEMA Show New Products Showcase—consistently voted as the No. 1 destination by buyers and media—added a new category for products related to EVs.
Located in the North Hall, Booth #11268, SEMA Electrified showcases the latest advancements in EV technology, including new products and solutions for EV platforms and conversions.
SEMA Electrified offers a collection of different applications for electrification in the aftermarket, from brand-new EVs about to hit the market to custom EVs that are available today.
“To continue to keep their appetite going for accessorization of vehicles, attendees can come and look at examples of different components for our late model EVs,” said Luis Morales, SEMA director of vehicle technology. “We also have vehicles that are fully converted from ICE to EV, and some are midway that show how those parts integrate into that conversion.”
SEMA Electrified also has components, including service tools and charging solutions, on display that help make these conversions happen. There are areas within the booth that are education-forward. One teaches the fundamentals of how to convert a vehicle. Another shows the safety and service tools available and how they apply to electric vehicles. There's also an electric vehicle kit car being built this week by Switch Vehicles, which will be running by the end of the Show.
SEMA Electrified also has components, including service tools and charging solutions, on display that help make conversions happen.
“The conversion side is getting a lot of attention, so we brought in some different powertrain solutions that are available to the conversion market, which is a big hit here,” Morales said. “Not everything being converted is running off of a Tesla motor, so people are seeing that there are different options available to them.”
Be sure to visit SEMA Electrified, located in North Hall, booth #11268.