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SEMA Show Highlights
Dave McClelland will host his final SEMA Awards Banquet, Thursday, November 5, in Las Vegas.
Here are several news and announcements from 2015 SEMA Show Exhibitors.
The Aftermarket Foundation announced a name and branding change, and the Foundation will now be known as the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation Inc., or AACF.
Toyota revealed several vehicles at the 2015 SEMA Show flaunting creative combinations of power and functionality, including its Ultimate Utility Vehicle (UUV).
The AutoJudge Awards for automobiles, SUVs and pickups were presented at a Monday press conference at the 2015 SEMA Show.
Headlining the return of Shell to the SEMA Show was the unveiling of the ’64 Shelby Cobra Coupe piloted to set 25 individual records during a Goodyear tire test in 1965 at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
The 2015 SEMA Award was presented to the Ford Mustang for Hottest Car, the Focus for Hottest Sport Compact, the Ford F-Series for Hottest Truck, and Jeep Wrangler for the Hottest 4x4-SUV award.
Builder Neil Tjin turned to underground racing for inspiration to create this mad, 500hp racer. The Genesis coupe was revealed at Hyundai’s press conference in the company’s booth (#24387) on November 3.
MagnaFlow unveiled a Chip Foose-designed ’71 DeTomaso Pantera at its booth (#23543) in the SEMA Show’s Central Hall, Tuesday afternoon.