Stellantis Pulls Out of SEMA, LA Auto Show Due to Strike Costs


The automaker previously announced it will also not attend CES in January due to the strike.

Stellantis announced Oct. 20 it has canceled its planned displays and presentations at the 2023 SEMA Show and LA Auto Show.

The automaker cited mounting costs of the ongoing UAW strike, in its 35th day as of the date of the announcement. SEMA is scheduled for Oct. 31-Nov. 3 in Las Vegas, NV, while the LA Auto Show will be held Nov. 16-26.

Stellantis had previously announced it would bring “a serious charge” to SEMA with its Mopar display, but had not yet released details on what it had planned to show.

Earlier in the same week, Stellantis said it would not be attending the Consumer Electronics Show in January in Las Vegas, also due to strike costs.

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