QOTD: SEMA SEMA SEMA

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey
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SEMA is happening right now in Las Vegas. We're not there -- it's not typically worth the travel costs for us to cover since we can typically cover anything in our wheelhouse remotely.

This is what we did with two posts this morning.


With the show going on, I am curious -- what are you looking forward to from SEMA, whether you're going to the show or just browsing coverage from sites like this one. Does the Dodge or VW news we posted earlier do anything for you?

The show is also, of course, heavily focused on aftermarket stuff. We don't cover a lot of it here, but if there are some aftermarket aspects you're interested in, please share it here.

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  • SCE to AUX SCE to AUX on Nov 01, 2022

    "...we can typically cover anything in our wheelhouse remotely"


    You just explained why auto shows are dying off.

    • Art  Vandelay Art Vandelay on Nov 01, 2022

      They only cover aftermarket stuff when they pay to advertise. I have tried to finagle my company sending me out there but it always coincides with something more pressing sadly. While traditional shows are in fact dying off, SEMA seems to be growing with some of the most high end builders showcasing their work out there.


  • SPPPP SPPPP on Nov 01, 2022

    For me, SEMA seems less about the show and more about the lobbying. If SEMA can help keep some space for creativity in the automotive landscape, I am for it. https://www.semasan.com/federal-priorities

  • BSttac BSttac on Nov 01, 2022

    Im interested in the ICE related stories at SEMA. The 1,100hp hellephant engine is amazing. Nismo add ons for the new Z are interesting as well


  • MaintenanceCosts MaintenanceCosts on Nov 01, 2022

    SEMA turned into a truck show at some point in the last few years, and the more trucks it has the less I have any interest in it.

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