Spotlight On The 2014 SEMA Show

Every year, tuners, manufacturers and parts designers do their annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas to show their wares at the SEMA Show, the biggest event on the calendar in the aftermarket world.

This show is closed to the public, however. To get inside, you have to get accredited as a potential buyer for a garage or a shop, which limits the number of people who just wander aimlessly around. Nevertheless, last year’s edition attracted 60,000 people.

For the 2014 edition, The Car Guide will be there to cover the event in real time. You will be able to see the most beautiful (and the ugliest) vehicles showcased on the Las Vegas Convention Center floor through our lenses.

In the meantime, you can read everything we have written about the 2014 SEMA Show so far by clicking here.

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