The SBN and YEN select committees, along with SEMA staff, will be present to discuss volunteer opportunities and ways to get more involved in the networks.
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Chevy ZR2 Utility Truck: This appears to be an additional prototype for the Chevrolet Colorado utility truck.
’18 Roush Mustang Stage 2: The Mustang’s 5.0L V8 received a boost up to 460 hp, so it’s fair to assume that this Stage 2 Roush version will jump from ’17’s 435 and possibly approach 500.
’18 Nissan GT-R Nismo: The new Nismo is going to receive upgraded brakes and additional air outlets above the front wheels, which would improve aerodynamics.
Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including Performance Business Media, Centric Parts, Summit Racing Equipment and Warn Industries.
Journalists are invited to sign up for the 2018 MPMC Media Trade Conference, taking place Tuesday–Thursday, January 23–25, at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Santa Ana, California. Participating journalists will attend up to 42 private meetings with executives from top motorsports parts manufacturers in the industry.
Now in its eighth year, the SEMA Award returns to illuminate the vehicles that SEMA Show parts and accessory manufacturers deem the hottest and most specialty-equipment-friendly. The award recognizes new and emerging trends while also guiding consumers to the most accessory-friendly vehicles in the marketplace.
August 21, 2017, will be remembered as the day the United States experienced its first total solar eclipse since 1979. For U.S. Representative Trent Kelly (R-MS) and the employees of COMP Performance Group, it was also a special day when the paths of an industry-leading manufacturer and a colonel-turned-congressman intersected.
A new episode of the TV special “SEMA: Battle of the Builders,” based on the competition held during the 2017 SEMA Show, will premiere on the Velocity Channel on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Since 2015, the unique one-hour program has aired on the network, giving viewers a rare behind-the-scenes look at the SEMA Show, up-close footage of the vehicles, and exclusive interviews with builders as they share their personal stories and journey to the world’s premier automotive trade show.
More than 3,000 automotive aftermarket professionals gathered on day three of the 2017 SEMA Show for the industry’s preeminent awards ceremony, the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet, held at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas. The annual Thursday-evening banquet is where specialty-equipment business is set aside for a moment to allow innovators, leaders and legends to take center stage as they are recognized for their contributions to the $42 billion industry.
In today’s world of big-box online retail giants such as Amazon, individual stories of family-owned, niche retail shops are few and far between. The story of Forbidden Diesel and its manager Shane Marler, however, stands in stark contrast to this trend.