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Hottest Car, Truck and 4x4-SUV Announced at the 2010 SEMA Show - VIDEO ENHANCED

LAS VEGAS - November 2, 2010: The inaugural SEMA Award was presented to the Chevrolet Camaro for the Hottest Car, the Ford F-Series for the Hottest Truck and the Jeep Wrangler for the Hottest 4x4-SUV, during the 2010 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

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Chevy Camaro

New car and truck buyers have a choice. The ability to accessorize a vehicle impacts the decision as to which vehicle to purchase. The SEMA Award identifies the most accessory-friendly new models.

Show organizers relied on the trend-setting influence of exhibitors to determine the winners.

Click PLAY to watch the Jeep Wrangler award presentation

"A booth space is a ballot, and the models these exhibitors have selected represent their vote." said Chris Kersting, SEMA president and CEO.

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Ford F Series

The 2010 SEMA Show features more than 1,900 exhibiting companies. With more exhibitors showcasing their new products and styling trends on the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford F-Series and Jeep Wrangler, the SEMA Award winners are vehicles that consumers can confidently turn to for unlimited possibilities in personalization.

SEMA Show exhibitors manufacture thousands of products that improve performance, safety and convenience, as well as those that enhance appearance and comfort.

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Jeep Wrangler
While products are available for every make and model vehicle, exhibitors are investing more into the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford F-Series, and Jeep Wrangler than any other vehicle. Consumers, therefore, can expect to find more options for accessorizing these vehicles.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Do ya think it's a bit too coincidental that the three Detroit car makers each won an inaugural SEMA Award. Smells a bit like ass-kissing ("smell" is the operative word).