A brand-new feature—the SEMA Show Reveal—took place during Monday evening’s Exhibitor Appreciation Reception.
SEMA Show Highlights
Nissan North America’s Janelle Grigsby accepted awards for Alternative Powertrain Vehicle of the Year, the Nissan Leaf, and Compact SUV of the Year, the Nissan Rogue.
Roadster Shop and Honeywell Garrett partnered to present famous fabricator Jesse James a hand-built, twin-turbocharged Polara at the 2017 SEMA Show.
Two types of tours are available for the 2017 SEMA Show—one covering the New Products Showcase, and the other featuring “hot spots” of the SEMA Show.
The Diecast Hall of Fame ceremony will be held Thursday, November 2, from 9:00 p.m.–12:00 a.m., at the House of Blues in Las Vegas.
As you begin to think about closing out your SEMA Show week, don’t forget that the best place to unwind is at SEMA Ignited.
From sleek street machines to rugged, action-sports-inspired rides, Ford's Show-vehicle lineup provided attendees with a look at the automaker's latest accessory-friendly vehicles.
New products from Rugged Ridge, Notel, Hunter Engineering, Brite-Saber and Myers Tire Supply.
The Emerging Trends and Technology Network presented two new honors this year: The ETTN Genius Award and ETTN Techie Award.
Nick Caminiti, car-wrap installer at Exotic Graphix in Carrum Downs, Victoria, Australia, was named the King of the Wrap World 2016 in the “Wrap Like a King” Challenge.