Chrysler and Mopar Tease SEMA Concepts
Mopar will bring more than 20 concepts to SEMA this year. By Jake Lingeman
Chrysler is pulling out all the stops for this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Pentastar and Mopar are bringing more than 20 vehicles, in various states of tune.
“At Mopar, we always look forward to the SEMA season,” said Pietro Gorlier, president and CEO of Mopar. “The show is an opportunity for us to inspire owners to customize their vehicles, and it's the perfect place to showcase our vast portfolio of quality-tested performance parts and accessories.”
The company released some sketches, teasing things to come.
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The first vehicle is a golden, Moparized Jeep Wrangler designed by Devan Ninov. The Jeep has wide fenders, a Warn winch and pushbar in front. The golden-brown color is something we haven't seen on Jeeps in a long time.
The next sketch is of a Fiat 500 with what looks to be brushed metal accents. It also features hood vents and a roof rack, possibly with a surfboard on top. Fiat 500 Hang 10, anyone?
No SEMA show would be complete without a big honkin' pickup truck. The Ram pictured above is painted in Mopar's home colors with hood scoops and extra large chrome rims.
Chrysler's newest addition to the lineup, the Dodge Dart, gets a carbon-fiber hood, tow hooks and large rims with low-profile tires. A red chin spoiler sits under the bumper, hinting at the car's sporting intentions.
The last of the teaser photos shows a Dodge Charger with the SRT hood scoop. Again, low-profile tires sit at the corners, while LED headlights sit in front. It's bathed in a burnt-orange hue, but that could be the penman taking a little artistic license.
The SEMA show starts on Oct. 30, and Autoweek will be there to cover all the action and bring back all the details. Stay tuned.
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