SEMA Show 2019


ORACLE Lighting will be an exhibitor at this year's SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV on November 5-8, 2019. We will be displaying our most popular products as well as our new innovations to add to your product line, and our dedicated sales team will be available to assist you during your booth visit.

Add ORACLE Lighting to "My Show Planner" so you don't miss the chance to stop by our booth #21505 in the Central Hall!


Schedule an Appointment:

Make the most of your time at the ORACLE Lighting booth by pre-scheduling an appointment to speak with your account rep. Our staff will take you on a tour of new products, lighting developments, dealer displays, and our current promotions. This year, our booth features a meeting room where you and your team can sit down with your ORACLE representative and discuss any important topics away from the distractions on the show floor. View our video rendering below to see this new setup!

Please schedule online below or contact your sales representative directly to set up your appointment.

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Featured Vehicle:

The ORACLE Lighting booth will feature the Formula Drift competition Dodge Viper driven by Dean “Karnage” Kearney. The ORACLE Lighting Dodge Viper produces an estimated 1,400hp through its Twin-Turbo V10 engine, making it the most powerful drift car in the world! This vehicle is also famously featured in several video games including the popular Forza Horizon 4. The Viper features a pair of Garrett 4088 turbochargers feeding the V10 engine, which pushes out more than 900hp at just 3,000 RPM, and an equally impressive amount of torque. Overall, the package is good for more than 1,400hp but the final output is undetermined because most dynos will shut down well below that threshold.

Stop by the ORACLE Lighting booth to see the car in person and meet the driver, Dean “Karnage” Kearney, who will be on-site to sign limited edition posters throughout the week.


Have questions before the show? Contact your sales for assistance or call 1-800-407-5776.