SEMA, or the Specialty Equipment Market Association, has announced the winners of its second-annual Hottest Cars award for the 2011 SEMA aftermarket trade show, currently going on in Las Vegas.
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Ford has fared extremely well of late here in the U.S., but according to a recent report, top brass at the Blue Oval are bracing for what may be a dismal outlook in European sales in the coming years.
In 2010, Ford came within 9 points of tying with Honda in the industry-standard JD Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study.
The 2012 Summer X Games in Los Angeles are set to take control of the city later this month and athletes of all trades are gearing up to take the gold medal in their respective sport.