SEMA Electrified will cover 21k sq. ft. this year

SEMA Electrified will cover 21k sq. ft. this year

This year’s SEMA Show will include more features and activities to help showgoers learn about the opportunities emerging technology offers the automotive aftermarket. SEMA Electrified – a 21,000-square-foot space in Booth 11268 of North Hall– will be dedicated to EV platforms and conversions. The four-day B2B event will include EV-related seminars, programs, and activities throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Since debuting at the 2019 SEMA Show, SEMA Electrified has served as a place for EV-related businesses to connect and collaborate. The section has grown significantly, going from 2,500-sq.-ft. in 2019, to 21,000-sq-ft. this year.

Collectively, SEMA Electrified will feature more than 35 vehicles and close to 60 different exhibits. On display will be OEM vehicles, conversion components, late-model EV accessories, charging solutions, EV safety/ service equipment and training stages. With more than 70 sessions, the SEMA Show Education program includes a dedicated EV track that will help showgoers learn about the U.S. infrastructure needed to support the widespread adoption of EVs, the intricacies of converting classic cars to electric power, and where the growth opportunities are for the aftermarket.

Collectively, SEMA Electrified will feature more than 35 vehicles and close to 60 different exhibits.

A new Electric Vehicle category in the New Products Showcase will make it easy for attendees to find new EV-related products. SEMA Electrified will also recognize EVs during the SEMA Best Product Awards Tuesday morning, Nov. 1, at the SEMA Show Kickoff Breakfast. Additionally, SEMA will award an automaker the first-ever SEMA Award for Electric Vehicle of the Year on Monday, Oct. 31.

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