Honda has announced that they are not going to SEMA this year. They're not the only car companies that are choosing to opt out this year, Ford will also not go to SEMA.

The good news is that Acura is still scheduled to be at the show, so hopefully they have something big planned with the Integra.

As for Honda, the announcement made by SEMA only mentions the main brand, not including Acura. Whether the luxury brand will attend the show remains to be seen, but it would be great to have the 2023 Integra there in a more aggressive specification.

The double withdrawal is a huge blow for the North American tuning scene, but there should still be a lot to see at this year's edition. Automakers such as Chevrolet, GMC, Toyota, Nissan, and Lexus have confirmed their presence and will have bigger stands. In addition, Stellantis and Volkswagen are on the list as well.

SEMA 2022 will take place November 1-4 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. In the meantime, we'll get in touch with both Ford and Honda to find out why they won't be in Sin City.