AAPEX EV Experience: Showcasing Products, Providing Training

AAPEX EV Experience: Showcasing Products, Providing Training

It will highlight companies on the show floor with the latest EV products and provide training and insights for attendees.

To prepare attendees for the rapidly expanding electric vehicle market, AAPEX 2023 will introduce the EV Experience to highlight companies on the show floor with the latest EV products and advancements and provide essential training and insights for attendees to thrive in the future.

The expert-led education is free and will take place on the new EV Experience Stage, located within Joe’s Garage, Booth J7409, Level 1 of The Venetian Expo.

EVs are already transforming the automotive aftermarket and forecasts project 56% of vehicles sold in 2035 will be EVs, and 81% in 2045, according to AAPEX.

In addition, the Auto Care Association and MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers – the AAPEX co-owner associations – will deliver the Joint EV Trends and Outlook Forecast – Annual Update, New for 2023 – “Insights on the impact to the service market” with Strategy&, part of The PwC Network, on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

AAPEX advises attendees should visit the following companies that will be showcasing their EV products and advancements on the show floor: 

  • Aisin World Corp of America – A4657
  • Autel – A1432, Bay 8, J8215
  • Delphi – A5027
  • Garage Gurus – Bay 6, J8516  
  • JohnDow Industries, Inc. – J7629           
  • AVI partnering with Launch Tech – A2250
  • Midtronics – A4846
  • Prestone – A2638
  • Schaeffler – A2232
  • Standard Motor Products Inc. – A4226
  • TOPDON USA – A240
  • ZF – A5057

The lineup of education sessions in the EV Experience includes:

  • Amp Up your EV Skills
  • HV Battery Diagnostics of EV Vehicles
  • Electric Vehicles; Charging and Converting Energy
  • PHEV and BEV Plug-In-Power Tips
  • EV Isolation Fault Testing
  • The Aftermarket Impact of EVs
  • EV 12V Power System: The Purpose and How to Diagnose
  • Prestone EV Thermal Management Fluids
  • Schaeffler Technology and Products
  • Aisin Launches Reman Hybrid Battery Program
  • Electrify your Journey with ZF Aftermarket
  • Drive Battery Thermal Management: Maintenance and Repair
  • EV Future: Is the Automotive Service Provider Ready?
  • It’s more than a shock! How Servicing EVs Changes the Game When it Comes to Shop Safety
  • For more information and a full Schedule of Events, visit the EV Experience at AAPEX.  

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