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Media Registration Now Open for 2019 Media Trade Conference

Journalists are invited to sign up for the 2019 Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) Media Trade Conference, taking place Tuesday–Thursday, January 22–24, at the Embassy Suites Orange County Airport North in Santa Ana, California, where they can sit in on up to 42 private meetings with executives from top motorsports parts manufacturers in the industry.

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'20 Ford Super Duty: The Super Duty models will undergo some moderate updates, including a new 10-speed automatic transmission and driver safety technology that now goes under the Co-Pilot 360 name.

'20 RAM HD: The new RAM HDs are expected to fall in line with the recently debuted 1500 and ditch the crosshair grille.

'20 GMC Acadia: Up front, the Acadia will get a complete rhinoplasty with new headlights, grille and front clip.

RAM Rebel TR: It has been confirmed that this TR mule was packing a naturally aspirated V8, most likely the rumored 7.0 V8 “Banshee” (a bored-out 6.4 Hemi).

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Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including JE Pistons, Advanced Fuel Dynamics, ProMedia Events and Publishing, Hypertherm and more.

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’19 Camaro ZL1: Up front, the ZL1 remains unchanged, but it gets a new toned-down rear bumper, new taillights and what appears to be an additional camera built into the wing.

’20 RAM HD 3500 Regular Cab Dually: Current power is delivered from three engines: a 383hp 5.7L V8 with a compressed natural gas option, a 410hp 6.4L V8, and a 6.7L turbodiesel inline-six.

’20 Ford Super Duty F-350 Dually: Super Duty models will undergo some moderate updates, including a new 10-speed automatic transmission and likely some of the driver safety technology that now goes under the Co-Pilot 360 name.

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Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including Race Winning Brands, Voxx Automotive, APC Automotive Technologies and Premium Guard Inc.

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’19 Dodge Charger: Dodge is expected to give the Charger one more refresh before a redesigned version appears early next decade.

’20 RAM HD Regular Cab: Current power is delivered from three engines: a 383hp 5.7L V8 with a compressed natural gas option; a 410hp 6.4L V8; and a 6.7L turbodiesel inline six. 

McLaren 600LT: McLaren unveiled the 600LT and confirmed that it has “increased power, minimized weight, optimized aerodynamics and track-focused dynamics.”

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Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including Marx Group, Design Engineering, Hypertherm and University of the Aftermarket Foundation.

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