SEMA: Breakthroughs in EV Tuning

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OEMs are transitioning their conventional ICE powertrains to electric. As a result, companies with performance products for ICE vehicles may need to pivot and adjust to electric vehicles.

sema ev tuning webinar

Discover how one company has taken the traditional performance recipe and applied it to the cars of the future. During SEMA’s webinar “EV Tuning: A Reality Today” on June 23, Marie Pier Forget of Ingenext will share exciting developments that her company developed in EV powertrain tuning.

SEMA members are invited to join the session, where they will hear about the company’s performance gains for EVs, methods used, and application range of their cutting-edge product line.

Attendees Will Learn How:

Performance increases on EVs are possible and obtain examples of opportunities for performance modifications of electric vehicles.
The traditional hot-rod recipe of applying ingenuity to make products better and unique still holds true on EVs.
Enthusiasts come in all types, and a car doesn’t need to be gasoline powered to be fast and fun.

What does the future of the automotive aftermarket look like? Are EVs the end of automotive performance as we know it? Join the discussion on June 23.
Registration is free.


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