The SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show is the epitome of the automotive aftermarket industry with exhibitors bringing only the best to show off their craft and design while giving the market a glimpse well into the future. With over 130,000 participants and 2,500 exhibitors from 130 countries, the show truly reaches all corners of the globe. The industry has been preparing and anxiously awaiting its arrival all year and the whole world is watching, business and enthusiasts alike. This is our day one coverage highlighting some of the more popular SEMA builds and platforms.
Our bags are packed, and the Team Revvolution crew is heading to Las Vegas, ground zero for the largest showcase of cutting-edge aftermarket parts and the latest creations from the most prestigious tuning houses. The big automotive manufacturers also join in the fun, as they have an opportunity to demonstrate they understand the direction of the car culture as they help inspire with in-house creations. It’s closed to the public, but we’ll be bringing you the latest and greatest right here at Revvolution.
As we get ready for the doors to open to pure automotive bliss at the Las Vegas Convention Center, we want to preview some of the hottest creations that will fuel the modified lifestyle in the coming year.
The Global Time Attack ProAm series with Shift-S3ctor concluded Saturday (Oct. 19th, 2013) at Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond, California. Suitably named “The Fastest Road in the West,” the Big Willow track consists of many long, fast, sweeping turns and a high-speed front straight, making it the perfect venue for the finale.
Canibeat has done it again with their 4th annual gathering in Princeton, New Jersey. The Princeton Airport has opened their arms to the Canibeat crew time and time again, allowing them to host one of most well-known events on the East Coast for the past three years. As always, this show is impressive, creating an event not just for your specific type of enthusiast, but also for all walks, no matter what the scene. There is no war over EURO versus JDM versus American—everyone is united by a similar passion to build the cleanest cars around.
Didn't make it to Import Expo, one of the East Coast's biggest scene events? Well, Anthony over at Halcyon Photo did, and we're glad he was there. The guys over at Import Expo in Canada hooked up with SNTRL in NYC for one of the premier events of the season at the Atlantic City Convention Center. Some of the best import cars were on display, ranging from slammed Subarus to matching Integra builds. Be sure to check out our full event coverage!