Mopar rocks SEMA

THE SEMA Show continues to amaze, with Mopar unveiling a huge 10-car line-up of vehicles transformed using both production and concept parts and accessories at the show in Las Vegas.

The flotilla of cars and SUVs includes two versions of the Fiat 500X (a Chicane and a Mobe), a modified Chrysler 300 Super S and 200 S, and the incredible all-wheel drive V8 Dodge Challenger GT AWD Concept (pictured).

Mopar stepped outside the ordinary to create the Challenger GT specifically for SEMA, with custom colours, a concept body kit, wheel flares, one-off 20×10 and 20×11 wheels and a heritage inspired interior. Under the hood they’ve thrown a 5.7L HEMI V8, butted up to an eight speed gearbox and upgraded with a Scat Pack 3 performance kit.

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The stand also included a Dodge Charger Deep Stage 3, the Dodge Dart GLH Concept (an Omni that Goes Like Hell), the Ram Rebel X, and a Ram ProMaster City DiveMaster and DragMaster.

The Fiat, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge and Ram customised vehicles were spread out over the vast 1425-square-metre Mopar SEMA display.

“The lineup of Mopar-modified vehicles premiering at SEMA represents real-world examples of our brand’s continued commitment to helping owners create customized dream rides that suit their specific lifestyles and passions,” said Pietro Gorlier, Head of Parts and Service (Mopar), FCA – Global.

“It doesn’t matter if you drive an SUV, commercial vehicle, compact crossover, sedan or a muscle car. Mopar has the products to help make each vehicle your own.”

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