2011 SEMA Award Contenders List Released: Enter Your Car to Win a Trip to Las Vegas


The 2011 SEMA Show is just around the corner (November 1-4), and the list of vehicles vying for a SEMA Award has been released. And if you’ve got one of this year’s nominated vehicles, you could win a featured spot at the SEMA show, along with credentials to attend the annual trade-only event in Las Vegas.

SEMA awards recognize vehicles that are setting the trend in the specialty equipment industry, boasting platforms that work well with customization. There are four categories for top trending vehicles to fall into: Hottest Car, Hottest Truck, Hottest 4×4-SUV and Hottest Sport Compact.

SEMA Show exhibitors will pick the four winners of the SEMA Award based on the vehicles on display at the booths. Each booth vehicle represents one vote, and the most prominent models in each category will be named the SEMA Award winner.

Here’s where you come in. If your own one of the SEMA Award contender vehicles (you can check out the list of contenders after the jump), all you have to do is submit a video clip that shows off your vehicle’s modifications. The winner will receive a spot to feature their vehicle at the SEMA Show, along with credentials (and all the perks that come along with it) to attend the annual trade-only event.

To enter a video clip, visit the 2011 SEMA Award Contender Contest page. And you can see the full list of contenders after the jump.

The 2011 SEMA Award Contenders (current year model only) are:

Hottest Car: Chevrolet Camaro Chevrolet Malibu Chrysler 300 Dodge Challenger Ford Mustang Kia Soul Lexus CT 200h Mazda5

Hottest Sport Compact: Chevrolet Cruze Chevrolet Sonic Ford Fiesta Ford Focus FIAT 500 Honda Civic Honda CRZ Hyundai Veloster Lexus IS Mazda2 Scion iQ Scion tC Subaru Impreza

Hottest Truck: Chevrolet Silverado Chevrolet Tahoe Ford TransitConnect Ford F-series GMC Canyon GMC Sierra RAM Toyota Tacoma Toyota Tundra

Hottest 4×4 / SUV: Dodge Durango Dodge Journey Ford Explorer Hyundai Santa Fe Jeep Grand Cherokee Jeep Wrangler Kia Sportage Toyota RAV4 Toyota FJ Cruiser