The Trump Administration has used tariffs as a negotiating tool in trade talks to address intellectual property theft and global trade imbalances.
YEN leadership and SEMA staff met with AXC instructor Barney Harris and founder of the program Brian Suggs during a mock measuring session on the brand-new Honda Talon UTV build at the AXC garage in Pomona, California.
Caught while testing in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the Jeep Wrangler 3.0L EcoDiesel is finally becoming a reality.
The semifinalists will now advance to the online voting stage.
DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (May 29, 2019) — The top 15 applicants in the 2019 SEMA Launch Pad, presented by the Young Executives Network (YEN), have been selected and will advance to the six-week online voting stage. The public will be invited to vote from July 29 to September 8, thereby determining the finalists who will go on to pitch industry experts in front of a live audience at the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, during the SEMA Show Student Program. One winner will be selected to win the top prize that includes $10,000 and exhibit space at the industry-leading SEMA Show.
Tomorrow is the deadline to submit nominations for the SEMA News “35 Under 35” article, which will highlight up-and-coming superstars in the automotive aftermarket industry who are age 35 and younger.
Students are putting the final touches onto the Jeep Wrangler TJ builds in a collaboration between SEMA and five high school automotive tech programs.
May 31 is the deadline to submit nominations for the SEMA News “35 Under 35” article, which will highlight up-and-coming superstars in the automotive aftermarket industry who are age 35 and younger.
House and Senate resolutions (H.C.R. 42 & S.C.R. 108) advocating for the construction of a new racetrack facility on the island of Oahu failed to pass before Hawaii’s legislature adjourned for 2019.
This is a first look at the ’21 Ford F-150, caught while testing on the streets of Dearborn, Michigan.