By Della Domingo
The SEMA Show, held Tuesday–Friday, November 5–8, 2013, in Las Vegas, will feature several exciting new-product launches and vehicle unveilings.
With less than three weeks to go until the 2013 SEMA Show, industry buzz is increasing about the exciting product launches and vehicle unveilings that will take place Tuesday–Friday, November 5–8, 2013, in Las Vegas. Here is a collection of some of the recent headlines:
Reporter Alex Grant answers the question, "So why should you care about the SEMA Show?"
“It’s a reminder of how big the modified scene is, [and] it’s also a source of inspiration for car manufacturers. It’s home to cutting-edge innovations, some of which drip feed into the mass market of motoring.”
Like many in the industry, reporter Patrick Rall notes that he is expecting to see an endless collection of custom Mustangs at the 2013 SEMA Show. In two separate articles, Rall shares with readers drawings and details for two Mustangs that are sure to stand out among the crowd.
Edmunds correspondent Anita Lienert details two Chevrolet Silverado concepts that will be at the SEMA Show. The trucks, one of which has a military reference and the other which honors first responders, were created “to explore the extreme of preparedness,” according to GM. Lienert predicts that the vehicles will “steal the spotlight at the 2013 SEMA Show.”
In addition to the products and the vehicles, reporters Jason Stahl and Gina Kuzmick note that “there’s work to be done and learning to be had [at the SEMA Show].” More than 90 educational sessions take place during the SEMA Show, making the event just as valuable of an educational conference as it is about conducting business on the Show floor.
Like many of the 2,500 exhibiting companies at the SEMA Show, Odyssey Battery is amplifying its Show activities and preparing to connect and do business with the 60,000-plus buyers who will be at the SEMA Show. Honda Tuning magazine recently reported on a special Odyssey discount during the SEMA Show, as well as its guest appearances by Brian Deegan, Tanner Foust and Rutledge Wood.