Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including Stellar Industries, VP Racing Fuels, COMP Performance Group, and MagnaFlow.
Online registration for the 2017 SEMA Show is now open for several attendee categories.
’19 Toyota Supra: The new Toyota Supra is expected to arrive in 2018. The vehicle caught here wears less camouflage than previous prototypes, showing the coupe’s overall contours, massive front air intakes and the shape of the taillamps.
Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: This is the upcoming Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk (LHD/RHD), caught showing off its HellCat engine.
Join friends and colleagues to celebrate the automotive specialty-equipment industry’s pioneers and volunteers at the 2017 SEMA Installation Gala, Friday, July 28, at the Sheraton Fairplex Conference Center in Pomona, California.
Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including CRP Automotive, Yokohama Tire Corp., Truck Hero Inc., VP Racing Fuels and more.
’19 Ford Ranger Mule: Ford is testing the Ranger ahead of the truck’s reintroduction to the United States in 2019.
Toyota Tundra: Toyota is looking to give the Tundra another update before a new version appears sometime around 2020.
’18 Jeep Wrangler: It appears that the new Wrangler will be a mild evolution from the current Wrangler.
’19 Chevrolet Silverado: Camouflaged as a RAM in the front and an F-150 in the rear, this new Silverado makes generous use of LED lighting all around.
Exhibitors are invited to Las Vegas for the SEMA Exhibitor Summit—the most direct, cost-effective way to prepare for the 2017 SEMA Show.
Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including Vipar Heavy Duty, Distinctive Industries, Weld Racing, Westin Automotive and more.
Industry news from SEMA-member companies, including Bob Cook Sales, Bestop, ProMedia Events & Publishing, National Performance Warehouse and more.
’19 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Hyundai will continue to make its compact sporty-car entry distinctive. The front should be updated, and the rear appears to have a lower and wider look to it.
Ford F-150 Hybrid/PHEV: The F-150 will get a hybrid variant in late 2020 in conjunction with a heavily refreshed version of the truck.
’18 Dodge Durango SRT: Dodge will introduce a high-performance variant of the Durango using the 6.4L V8 found in a number of other SRT products.