Mopar teases four modified vehicles for 2015 SEMA show

FCA will be coming to 2015 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) with an assortment of 20 vehicles. Out of these, Mopar has teased four vehicles that will be customized by them, they will be displayed at the event from November 3 to 6 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Dodge Challenger Mopar customized

Mopar has previewed images of trucks, cars and crossovers from the house of Fiat, Chrysler and Dodge that will be fitted with concept and production Mopar products. Apart from the vehicles, there will also be hundreds of Mopar parts and accessories on display at their 15,345 square-foot stall.

Ram 1500 Rebel Mopar customized

Coming back to the cars, the one teaser that surely arouses our interest is the rear of the Dodge Challenger. Although, being instantly recognizable by virtue of those rectangular LED tail lights, the striking changes are the presence of sporty-looking orange pinstripes and a standout GT AWD badge on the rear spoiler. As we know, the Challenger is only available, as of now, in rear-wheel drive configuration, the addition of an AWD would definitely give the muscle car more grip and faster straight-line acceleration; not to mention, a performance upgrade over its rivals.

Fiat 500X Mopar SEMA teaser

Next is the Fiat 500X crossover with a kite boarder in the background (?), followed by a Ram 1500 pickup probably with a Hemi block under the hood. Lastly, there is a Chrysler 300-based vehicle with additional LED lighting, sporty alloys and new paintjob.

Mopar Ram 1500 Rebel

While the photos are tantalizing we will have to wait a few more days to find out the real deal, as almost no further details are immediately available. Scroll down to read the official press release below.


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