#MTSEMA18: Day 1 – 252 Photos From The South Hall Upper Level (Off-Road & Powersports)Posted in Events on October 30, 2018
The massive Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas fills the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) inside and out with modified vehicles and a mind-boggling collection of aftermarket products. One thing you may not know is that each hall of the LVCC houses specific types of products. For example, the South Hall Upper Level is dedicated to trucks, SUVs, and off-road, as well as powersports and utility vehicles.
The South Hall Upper Level is one of the places we explored on Day 1 of the 2018 SEMA Show. Along the way we snapped photos—a lot of photos—and we submit them to you here in a huge gallery so you can see some of what was on display.
In case you’re not familiar with the SEMA Show, here’s the lowdown: It’s a four-day automotive event that showcases aftermarket parts and accessories and it’s not open to the general public. Only those in the industry can obtain credentials. It attracts 162,000 individuals, and that number is said to include 70,000 buyer companies, 3,600 media representatives, and 2,400 exhibiting companies. And of those 2,400 exhibiting companies, 400 are exhibiting for the first time at the 2018 SEMA Show. Also worth mentioning is the SEMA Show’s global impact. The show is said to draw representatives from 140 countries outside the United States.
So kick back and enjoy some of the highlights of the South Hall Upper Level of the 2018 SEMA Show. There’s something in this gallery of photos for everyone. And please visit fourwheeler.com for even more coverage of the 2018 SEMA Show!