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It's time to head back to Las Vegas for the biggest automotive aftermarket expo in the world. Featuring some of the most impressively modified cars imaginable, SEMA always gets the attention of those looking to add a little flair to their rides. The Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ will likely steal the spotlight again this year, as more vendors look to show off what they can do with the cheap and popular platform, but be sure to see what other automakers have been involved with, including Hyundai, which has made a habit of debuting a crazy concept at SEMA, and Lexus is reaching out to DeviantArt users for inspiration for its latest project.

More: 2013 SEMA Show Coverage on AutoGuide.com
 

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You have to be "involved" in the auto industry?

the following are from the show FAQ website

FAQs | SEMA Show

The SEMA Show is a trade-only industry event that is not open to the general public. However, if you are an employee of a company that is qualified to attend the show, log onto SEMA Show | and click on “Attend Show.” Buyers, exhibitors and media can register here.

If you have not registered for the SEMA Show in the last few years and are not a member of SEMA, or AAIA, you may be required to send documentation. Documentation may include business cards, website, business license, yellow page listing and brochures. If you have registered in the past, been approved previously and have not changed companies, you may not be required to show proof of involvement in the automotive trade. HOWEVER, NON-EXHIBITING MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER/IMPORTER/EXPORTER must be approved annually. If you have questions about documentation required, contact SEMA Show Management, at 702/450-7662, ext. 120.
 
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