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Getting Ready for the 2023 SEMA Show

Getting Ready for the 2023 SEMA Show

The annual gathering of everything automotive that is the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the perfect place to spot trends. Thousands of vehicles and the latest products from almost every aftermarket company imaginable are displayed. There are literally miles of aisles and massive outdoor spaces to wander through, making it incredibly easy to absolutely smash your daily step count goal. Spend a day at the show, and you quickly realize what is hot and what is not in the automotive industry.

Last year, we spent a whole week at the 2022 SEMA Show, making us experts in spotting trends (and surviving Las Vegas). Continuing its popularity at the show was the 6th generation Ford Bronco. Introduced in 2021, it is perfectly sized for hitting the trail, overlanding and any other off-road adventures. Beyond those tidy dimensions, Ford has equipped it with lots of features to build its capability, like 35-inch tires, G.O.A.T. modes, and front and rear lockers. And the doors and top pop off like the original to enjoy open-air wheeling at its best.

Several of the Bronco builds at the 2022 SEMA Show included our extensive line of LED lighting solutions for the 2021-and-up Ford Bronco. On display on multiple Broncos was our Oracle Lighting Integrated Windshield Roof LED Light Bar System. It cleanly integrates into the Bronco’s windshield for excellent looks, better aerodynamics and less wind noise over conventional light bars. Of course, it provides a huge increase in light output over factory headlights for enjoying nighttime trail runs. Many Broncos at SEMA also incorporated our Oracle Lighting 2021-23 Ford Bronco LED Off-Road Side Mirror Ditch Lights to match the clean looks of our windshield system and provide increased peripheral illumination. Of course, our full line of Ford Bronco LED headlights gave builders many options to match their desired styles.

The Jeep Gladiator JT also continued to be popular at last year’s SEMA Show. Merging a pickup bed with the legendary off-road capability of the Wrangler was the right move for Jeep, and it showed with JTs mobbing Las Vegas. Many Gladiators at the show used our popular Oracle Lighting Oculus ColorSHIFT Bi-LED Headlights for the Jeep JTfor their unique ability to offer multiple color options coupled with a 5,200-lumen output. Like the Bronco builds, multiple Gladiators also incorporated our LED Off-Road Side Mirror Ditch Lights for their OEM looks and angled LEDs that put light to the sides of the vehicle. We even spotted some JTs with our Oracle Lighting Skid Plate With Integrated LED Emitters for Jeep Gladiators and Wranglers. Like all our LED lighting products, it is engineered to carefully integrate with your Jeep for great looks along with a big bump in lumens.

So, what is next for the upcoming 2023 SEMA Show? We already know of several RAM 1500 TRXs heading to Las Vegas that will feature our Front Bumper Flush LED Light System, which provides a sleek way to add 14,000 lumens of illumination. Our   just-released Off-Road Side Mirror Ditch Lights for the horsepower-happy TRX will also debut on some builds. Check out our blog post on all our lighting offerings for the RAM TRX. Of course, we will also be unveiling our massively radical Oracle Lighting LMTV project vehicle at the show as well. There will also be lasers (yes, lasers) as we break ground with our newest Laser + LED fog lights for the new Ford Bronco and we’ll be showing off our new products for Toyota 4Runner and Tundra models. Make sure to follow all our social media channels for the latest from what promises to be a great week in Las Vegas for the 2023 SEMA Show.

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