Advanced Vehicle Technology Opportunity Study

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SEMA Advanced Vehicle Technology Opportunity Study

The market for Advanced Vehicle Technologies (AVT) is developing as a significant new opportunity for companies in the specialty-equipment industry.

Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) and Connected Vehicle Technologies (CVT) are becoming common options on newly manufactured vehicles.  As these technologies become more established, there will be increasing demand to retrofit older vehicles with these systems.

This new report will help you understand:

  • What are these new technologies?
  • What opportunities exist in the retrofit market?

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Download Take a Kid to a Car Show Images, Logos, Brochures, and Coloring Book

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take a kid to a car show

Life is full of choices for kids. You can help them make the right ones by sharing your appreciation for cool old cars.

There have been countless studies done to prove it, but virtually everyone knows that spending quality time with a kid is the greatest gift you can give them. And sharing your appreciation for collector cars is a great way to nurture their interest in a hobby that you can enjoy together for many years to come.

You can spread the word by downloading these high-resolution images, logos, and brochures for personal use.

Click ADD TO CART, then CHECK OUT to download a zip file containing all images, brochures, and coloring book.

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The SEMA/AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH CENTER MPG Challenge 2008

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Record high gasoline prices were realized during the summer of 2008, with serious ramifications for commuters (especially those with long commutes and/or low mpg vehicles like pickup trucks and SUVs), automobile manufacturers, and the overall economy. The Automobile Club of Southern California and SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) decided to try and help this situation by holding a competition show-casing automotive aftermarket products that could provide improved fuel efficiency (at least for motorists who don’t take advantage of the performance improvements – you leadfoots know who you are!). Thus was born the SEMA/ACSC MPG Challenge. The challenge was issued to SEMA member companies that manufacture aftermarket driveline parts. They were to supply parts for installation on a test vehicle, the Club’s AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH CENTER (ARC) would perform the testing, and SEMA would announce the winners at their annual Show in Las Vegas November 3-8, 2008.

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Use of Advanced In-Vehicle Technology by Young and Older Early Adopters

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Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an in-vehicle convenience feature designed to maintain a set speed and, when applicable, adjust the set speed to maintain a specified distance from a lead vehicle. When following another vehicle, the ACC system will automatically slow down or speed up in responses to changes in the lead vehicle’s speed. Adaptive Cruise Control systems are still relatively new technologies and are not widely available within the U.S. passenger vehicle fleet. One in eight Americans is 65 or older, and this proportion will continue to grow as the American population ages. It is possible that new technologies such as ACC can assist older drivers to drive more safely with less stress, thus extending their safe driving years.

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2008 Trends and Forecasts - Q4 Update

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The specialty-equipment industry took a hit in 2008 as consumers scaled back their purchases—new vehicle sales dropped 35% during the third quarter alone, for example—but depending on the type of consumers analyzed, spending varied significantly. “Mainstream” consumers, those less likely to view automotive customization as a hobby or lifestyle, were often targeted by specialty-equipment companies as they began marketing to the general vehicle-buying public. As consumers, in general, cut back on new-vehicle purchases and subsequent personalization of newly acquired vehicles, much of the specialty-equipment industry suffered.

  

  

  

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2009 Enthusiast Profile - Select Pickup Owners

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2009 Enthusiast Profile Mini Report - Pickup Owners, SEMA Research CenterOff‐roaders, toy haulers and skills tradespersons alike have gravitated toward full‐size pickup trucks for years.  And owners of full‐size pickups are still spending money on performance parts and accessories for their trucks: owners of the Ford F‐Series, Chevrolet Silverado and Dodge Ram each spent, on average, in excess of $2,300 over the last year, according to the latest SEMA Automotive Lifestyles survey results.

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