Ford won a majority of SEMA’s Vehicle of the Year awards, which were announced Monday. The awards each year are selected by manufacturing exhibitors at the SEMA Show, which runs through Nov. 2 this week.
The Vehicle of the Year award winners this year include:
- SEMA Car of the Year: Ford Mustang
- SEMA Truck of the Year: Ford F-Series
- SEMA 4×4/SUV of the Year: Jeep Wrangler
- SEMA Sport Compact of the Year: Ford Focus
- SEMA Powersports Vehicle of the Year: Polaris RZR Turbo S
Ford has a long history of collaboration with the aftermarket community, according to SEMA. The automaker was among the first to participate in the Tech Transfer Program and provide advance details to aftermarket manufacturers for product development.
The Jeep Wrangler, which remains the reigning SEMA 4×4/SUV of the Year winner, has also been a favorite of the aftermarket community, according to SEMA.
The Powersports Vehicle of the Year award is new this year.
“As the powersports segment becomes more and more popular, the Polaris RZR XP Turbo S is a great new vehicle for enthusiasts to discover the thrill and excitement of off-roading,” said SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting. “We’re pleased to present the first-ever SEMA Powersports Vehicle of the Year award to Polaris for the RZR.”