Nevada, United States — Get your toolkits and suitcases ready: this year’s SEMA 2022 show boasts more exhibitions addressing the automotive market’s shift towards electric vehicles (EVs) than ever before.
According to the 2022 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) market report, aftermarket support for the electric market is a prime area for growth. Points of note include EV conversion kits for internal-combustion vehicles, OEM accessories and the knowledge to build and modify specialized EVs. Consequently, SEMA is expanding EV attention across all industries. Rather just its own section, all sectors like automotive servicing, recycling and the aftermarket sector will have booths for EV related services.
“The EV aftermarket is evolving quickly and continues to change; we’re curating a unique collection of the latest products related to electric vehicles and the aftermarket,” said SEMA’s v-p of events, Tom Gattuso.
“SEMA Electrified will help businesses see the latest trends and understand how the EV market has evolved. Visitors will gain an understanding of the advancements and opportunities for the future.”
The 2022 SEMA Show takes place between Nov. 1 to Nov. 4 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and is open for exhibitor registration starting Oct. 27. Unrestricted registration for other tradespeople begins Oct. 31.