Team members from EGR used the recent SEMA Garage Nissan Titan Measuring Session to prototype new parts for the truck’s release.
Just six weeks after its reveal at the 2016 North American International Auto Show, the SEMA Garage will host a measuring session for the '17 Honda Ridgeline.
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Offering Access to Hard-to-Obtain Vehicles What do a Toyota HiLux, a Ford Ranger T6, an UAZ Hunter and a Mitsubishi L200 have in common? For one thing these vehicles are known for being aftermarket-accessory friendly, are extremely popular with enthusiasts and are typically upgraded by owners who seek to take them off-roading. Another thing they have in common is that none of these vehicles are sold in the United States, but being very popular throughout the much of the rest of the world, they offer export marketing potential for U.S. companies.
SEMA, the trade organization representing the $33B automotive specialty equipment market, has been awarded part of a $2.2M federal grant to expand exports of automotive aftermarket products into foreign markets including Russia, the United Arab Emirates and China.
SEMA's International department has worked with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to gain approval for another a year-long waiver for members to measure and test fit products for the Toyota HiLux.
SEMA is enhancing customer service and raising awareness of its member benefits by assigning each member company with a single point of contact to assist with all Show-related services and with association programs and services.
Due to popular demand, two new dates have been added to the Ford Ranger T6 and Toyota HiLux SEMA Measuring Sessions.
The ’12 Honda CR-V Measuring Session drew 27 specialty-parts suppliers, all of whom were provided hands-on access to the new CR-V in order to gather surface data in preparation for designing, developing and manufacturing aftermarket parts and accessories.