LAS VEGAS, NV–It’s all subjective, of course.

But according to SEMA Show judges, the 16 products below are the hottest new products from this year’s show. These items were bestowed new product awards at the annual SEMA breakfast, which kicks off the show Tuesday morning. They’re all great products for sure, but we’ll continue to scour the show over the next three days to bring you the new parts and accessories that catch our eyes.

For now, here are this year’s worthy award winners:

Best Collision, Repair & Refinish New Product:
Innovative Tools and Technologies Scan Grip Sun Match Color LED

Best Engineered New Product: Brembo SC-M8 8-Piston Monoblock Brake Caliper

Best New Exterior Accessory Product: Westin HDX Drop Step

Best New Interior Accessory Product: Carrichs Accessories Aniglo Sill Plates

Best Merchandising Display: Extang e-Light 500 Six-Pack Display

Best Mobile Electronics Product: CybCar America OEM Integrated Drive Assist System

Best Off-Road/4-Wheel Drive Product: Smittybilt Jeep JK Magnetic Trail Skins

Best Packaging Design: Auto Meter BEX-1500 Battery Extender

Best New Performance Street Product: aFe Power DF5780 Series Diesel Fuel System

Best Performance Racing Product: C&R Performance Drag Race Barrier Intercooler

Best New Powersports Product: 2016 Yamaha Yxz1000R Twin Rear Dual Exhaust

Best New Street Rod/Custom Car Product: Vintage Air Heritage Under Dash Evaporator

Best Tire & Related Product: Continental ExtremeContact DW506 Tire

Best New Tools and Equipment Product: Glass Bot Automated Glass Removal System

Best Van/Pickup/SUV Product: Bolt Locks Bolt J-Mount

Best New Wheel and Related Product: DBS 2-Piece Motorsport Tuner Wheel

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Author: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.