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For the first time in its history, the SEMA Show opened to the public last Friday.
Fans would traditionally wait outside the Las Vegas Convention Center on the final show day to watch the cars exit because the show is reserved for members of the auto industry and media. That all changed this year with SEMA Ignited because the show organizers offered participants the chance to show their vehicles in the Linq high roller parking lot where anyone who wanted to see the cars could join in.
One of the cars that Japanese tuner Liberty Walk brought – a Ferrari 458 – was damaged during the parade exiting the convention center, but otherwise the event ran smoothly.