What We Learned from the 2014 SEMA Show
The annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas is the mecca for automotive enthusiasts, but it’s not all about hot cars and girls.
As a trade show, it serves as a conduit for conducting business in the automotive aftermarket. It also offers a preview of coming automotive market trends that manufacturers use to gauge consumer interest. While there are plenty of products that debut on vehicles and in displays, it’s also a unique opportunity to see what companies think of the current industry and where it’s headed.
AutoGuide.com had the opportunity to sit down with several companies that specialize in the automotive aftermarket industry and here’s five takeaways from this year’s show.