Jim Campbell, Chevrolet's U.S. vice president of performance vehicles and motorsports, talks about the 50th anniversary for the Chevy Camaro and other exciting news.
In what has become an annual tradition, Omix-ADA recently unveiled a project Jeep built in support of SEMA Cares, the association’s program benefitting children’s charities. The debut took place at the recent 50th anniversary SEMA Show in Las Vegas. After its unveiling at SEMA Central, the vehicle served as a dramatic conversation piece, raising vital awareness for SEMA Cares charitable efforts within the automotive aftermarket.
Dennis Pittsenbarger talks with industry legend Richard Petty and what 50 years of the SEMA Show means to him.
Launch Pad finalist Irina Slavina talks about her company, product and participation in the competition.
View a series of automotive-themed experiential demonstrations through the SEMA VR Experience taking place at SEMA Central in the lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
As you read this, thousands of automotive specialty-equipment manufacturers are working in full-frenzy mode, finalizing their latest automotive innovations for the 2016 SEMA Show. For 50 years now, the basic premise of the Show has remained unchanged: unite automotive specialty-equipment buyers with parts manufacturers for a four-day marketplace to grow sales and the industry. And yet the SEMA Show is also ever-changing, introducing new ways to make this marketplace more productive, informative and interesting.
Adam Genei of Mob Steel explains why the SEMA Show is a large part of its yearly planning and business process.
Danny Shapiro of NVIDIA discusses how the company is converting super-computing technology and transferring it to cars.
Industry icon Leo Kagan discusses his days as SEMA president and moving the SEMA Show from Anaheim, California, to Las Vegas.
Industry pioneer and SEMA Hall of Fame member Ed Iskenderian talks about how the Model T, and the hot rodders who drove them, fueled his passion for speed and racing.