If your walking shoes are ready, head on over to the Las Vegas Convention Center for SEMA 2018. The Specialty Equipment Market Association is only open to members of the press and the aftermarket, and it is the best way to see what’s new in the world of parts and vehicle customization. Our team is already on-site, so be sure to check out the live videos on our Facebook page. We couldn’t do this without the support of our clients, so here is our guide to this amazing event.
You might recognize Lexani as the leader of the wheel industry, but their artists in Corona, California have branched out into building incredible custom vehicles. Their booth is filled with custom exotics, pretty ladies, and the best wheels in the world.
John Hennessey and his team are located in the Shell and Pennzoil booth. The big news for 2019 is the Velociraptor V8 along with the twin-turbo beast from the Venom F5.
Starwood Motors has taken their potent prescription for performance and infused it into the new Jeep JL. Stop by BodyGuard’s booth to see the wildest Wranglers in the world!
If you demand the best from your truck, Fab Fours has a booth that will keep you awake at night. Booth 30201 is loaded with American made accessories for all brands of trucks and SUVs.
American Expedition Vehicles
AEV is the first to patent a dual-sport suspension. Their builds include the Jeep Brute conversions, the Dodge Prospector Tray Bed, and they are Chevrolet’s supplier for the Colorado ZR2 Bison. These aren’t just pretty parts, they are engineered to tolerances that the OEMs have only dreamed of.
Brand New Muscle Car
If you don’t have the deep pockets to purchase a 1969 Yenko Camaro, Brand New Muscle Car will build a new one for you. Their new 1969 Camaros are correct in every detail, and they can be seen in the Classic Industries display.
Specialty Vehicle Engineering
The Yenko brand has also been revived for late-model performance. SVE uses forced induction and proprietary tuning to unlock 1,000 horsepower in any new Camaro, Corvette and even the Silverado.
Desert Power Wagons
The original Power Wagon was a workhorse, but it was cramped and underpowered. That is why Desert Power Wagons adds 6″ to the front doors and their cabs are hand-fabricated works of art. Details like the original Army winch are modernized with MileMarker internals, and the 1-ton axles can be locked electronically.
If your Lamborghini Centenario is collecting dust, Xpel has the latest in paint protection film. Their warranty is the best in the industry, so they chose one of the most coveted cars on earth for a full body display.
Blending Haute Couture with forged aluminum, Vorsteiner shows how aftermarket wheels are more than a fashion statement. Their body enhancements will make your car stand out in a crowd, and they will change your outlook on the industry.
The only lifts we use here at duPont REGISTRY. Bend Pak is the leader is taking your collection vertical. Their options for drive on and 4-post lifts will leave you staring at the ceiling. Check out indoor booth #16415 in Westgate and outdoor booth #61007 in Silver Lot 1.
Innovation meets the outdoors with their innovative campers. Provide your own chassis-cab for the ultimate pop-up, or choose from their bed-mounted MOD series.
If you are in search of the perfect fitment, Fittipaldi Wheels have a wild display at booth 62130. Fittipaldi wheels are the brainchild of F1 legend Emerson Fittipaldi. Having seen the best and worst parts of racing, every wheel in their lineup is cut from a solid billet of T6 alloy. Lighter and stronger than cast competitors, Fittipaldi wheels are your ticket to a podium finish.
If your garage is in need of organization, Moduline offers the best in modular aluminum storage and workspace improvments. They are located in booth 10577
Shelby American with Pierre Ford
The Super Snake has returned! Las Vegas is home base for Shelby American, so be sure to check out their display along with Pierre Ford, and several new Shelbys will be inside the Ford Performance booth.
Nothing keeps your car safer than CarCapsule. Their showcases are inflated by a low-amperage blower and sealed tight so it doesn’t use much power. Door dings, rodents, spiders, and mold are kept out of the positive pressure environment. They will be featured in several booths, both inside and out.
Cactus Jack and his team have some wild new products for 2019. Are you ready for the new Roush F-250 and F350 SuperDuty? They will be on display next to the new Roush Stage 3 Mustang and many others.
Finally, don’t forget to visit Ford, Chevrolet, Jeep & Mopar for all your wild factory concepts. Tell us which one of these is your favorite, and keep our Facebook page open for all your SEMA coverage.