2020 SEMA Auto Show CanceledAugust 6, 2020
The reason for the cancellation of the most popular exhibition of tuned cars was the coronavirus epidemic, which will not allow to properly prepare for the event.
The SEMA auto show in 2020 has been officially canceled – it became known on Thursday, August 6. This announcement was made by the official organizers of the event. It is easy to guess that the reason for the cancellation was the coronavirus epidemic. According to the organizers, even if the pandemic recedes by the expected dates of the event, visitors will not be able to use the services in full.
As a reminder, the SEMA show is traditionally held in November. At the same time, the organizers of the event recently launched a survey in which they asked about interest in the virtual format of the event. Most of the respondents confirmed their interest, so it is possible that we will see the show online. In the meantime, most of the auto shows this year have been canceled – the only major events were auto shows in India in early February, as well as the recent auto show in Chengdu, China in late July.
Moreover, many organizers are canceling or digitizing exhibitions scheduled for 2021.
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