Saturday, October 25, 2014


Mopar Modifies Dodge Challenger, Charger, Dart, Viper for SEMA


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Chrysler's internal parts division, Mopar, will show a wide variety of modified vehicles at next month's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. Along with four Dodge concepts, Mopar will also show off upgraded versions of Chrysler, Fiat, Jeep, and Ram vehicles.

The Dodge Challenger T/A concept (above) is meant to recall the 1970s Challenger T/A performance packages. Sublime Green paint is covered with matte-black T/A graphics and stripes, plus a matte-black treatment for the hood and roof. A functional hood scoop derived from that on the Dodge Viper helps channel cooling air to the 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 engine, while Brembo six-piston front brakes sit behind 20-inch matte-black wheels to bring things to a stop. As on the 707-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat, the front headlights have been replaced with special "Air Catcher" intakes, and a new Mopar front splitter and rear spoiler provide additional downforce. The car's rear seats have been deleted, and the interior benefits from a pistol-grip shifter, white instruments with platinum trim rings, a rear roll-bar in place of the back seats, and carbon-fiber bucket seats with pass-through holes for racing harnesses.

Chrysler's internal parts division, Mopar, will show a wide variety of modified vehicles at next month's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. Along with four Dodge concepts, Mopar will also show off upgraded versions of Chrysler, Fiat, Jeep, and Ram vehicles.  The Dodge Challenger T/A concept (above) is meant to recall the 1970s Challenger T/A performance packages. Sublime Green paint is covered with matte-black T/A graphics and stripes, plus a matte-black treatment for the hood and roof. A functional hood scoop derived from that on the Dodge Viper helps channel cooling air to the 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 engine, while Brembo six-piston front brakes sit behind 20-inch matte-black wheels to bring things to a stop. As on the 707-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat, the front headlights have been replaced with special "Air Catcher" intakes, and a new Mopar front splitter and rear spoiler provide additional downforce. The car's rear seats have been deleted, and the interior benefits from a pistol-grip shifter, white instruments with platinum trim rings, a rear roll-bar in place of the back seats, and carbon-fiber bucket seats with pass-through holes for racing harnesses.  For the Dodge Charger R/T Mopar concept, a new front splitter, new side skirts, and a rear spoiler are claimed to improve aerodynamic downforce as much as they alter the car's look. A gloss-black roof treatment contrasts with TorRed bodywork, while the 20-inch Mopar wheels wear Granite Crystal paint. Performance upgrades comprise a Mopar cold-air intake for the 5.7-liter V-8, new coilover suspension, stiffer anti-roll bars, and strut-tower braces.  The Dodge Dart R/T concept wears a hue called, "O-So-Orange," along with a matte-black hood that has a function duct directing cool air to the engine intake, as well as venting for the turbocharger intercooler. A new front fascia; side skirts, a splitter, and a diffuser from the Mopar Dart body kit; a new rear spoiler, and larger exhaust tips round out the visual changes. The Dodge Dart also scores enlarged brakes and an adjustable coilover suspension.  Mopar also worked its magic on the Dodge Viper ACR concept, a track-ready model named for the old Viper's wild ACR-X race car model. A new carbon-fiber front splitter and a large adjustable rear wing are said to improve the car's aerodynamic performance, while additional vents and louvers in the hood help keep the 8.4-liter V-10 engine cool under pressure. Nineteen-inch satin-black wheels conceal 15.4-inch carbon-ceramic front brake rotors clamped by Brembo six-piston calipers; new carbon-fiber ducting channels cooling air from the front fascia to the brakes. Inside the cabin, the radio, speakers, carpet, and almost all sound deadening have been removed to cut weight, leaving carbon-fiber components and Alcantara wrapping for the steering wheel, shifter, and seats.  In addition to Dodge, Mopar turned its attention to other Fiat Chrysler Automobiles models. The Ram 2500 Outdoorsman features camouflage patterns, a tent mounted in the pickup truck's bed, a roof rack, and a "Flip-Up" bench built into the tailgate. Fender flares help accommodate giant 35-inch Mud-Terrain tires mounted in 17-inch bead-lock wheels. The Ram ProMaster Hospitality Van, meanwhile, demonstrates how the van could be used as a mobile office or lounge. For SEMA, the van features fridges that can serve cold drinks from a swing-open side panel, as well as a variety of cabinets, counters, and merchandise displays that companies could use to turn the ProMaster into a rolling showroom.  The Chrysler 200S Mopar benefits from a new tri-coat black paint, Ambassador Blue leather upholstery, a Mopar body kit, new 19-inch wheels, and Mopar quad exhaust tips. A version of the Chrysler 200S Mopar is set to go on sale to customers in the first half of next year.  For the Fiat 500L Custom concept, Mopar attempted to blend the hatchback's Italian heritage with some West Coast style. The 500L has been lowered and rides on new Mopar wheels, and features upgrades like a new front splitter and a sportier exhaust. Inside, red Katzkin leather and black Alcantara adorn the seats. The Fiat 500 Abarth Scorpion takes a different approach, giving the hot hatchback lightweight Abarth wheels, a louder exhaust, a two-tone red-and-black paint scheme, and an enormous Abarth scorpion decal on the car's nose. Mopar will display two different takes on the new Jeep Renegade at SEMA. The Renegade Riptide is a beach-themed build with Vibrance Grandeur Blue paint, a new Jeep Performance Parts logo restyled to look like a surfer, satin-black exterior accents, and a surfboard carrier on the roof. The Renegade Frostbite, meanwhile, is intended for drivers headed to the ski slopes. Its white and blue color scheme recalls the winter months, while a roof rack allows for carrying skis or snowboards and a new Jeep Performance Parks rock rail guard will help keep the Renegade protected when traversing rough terrain on the way to the slopes.  Jeep and Mopar also teamed up to create two takes on the Wrangler SUV. The Wrangler MOJO -- the middle two letters stand for "Orange Jeep" -- benefits from enhancements like a 2-inch suspension lift, a tougher transfer case, a new cold-air intake and exhaust for the V-6 engine, Jeep Performance parts bumpers and fenders, 37-inch Mud Terrain off-road tires, LED head- and foglights for improved night driving, and a lockable cargo tray. The Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance concept goes even wilder, with a 4-inch suspension lift and more extreme body parts, as well as a new transfer case that gives the SUV an incredible 70:1 crawling low-range gear ratio.  Finally, Mopar turned its attention to the new Jeep Cherokee, adding skid plates and rock rails to create the Cherokee Dakar. The fenders have been enlarged to accommodate 33-inch off-road tires, and a new front fascia allows for even more aggressive approach angles over big obstacles.
For the Dodge Charger R/T Mopar concept, a new front splitter, new side skirts, and a rear spoiler are claimed to improve aerodynamic downforce as much as they alter the car's look. A gloss-black roof treatment contrasts with TorRed bodywork, while the 20-inch Mopar wheels wear Granite Crystal paint. Performance upgrades comprise a Mopar cold-air intake for the 5.7-liter V-8, new coilover suspension, stiffer anti-roll bars, and strut-tower braces.

The Dodge Dart R/T concept wears a hue called, "O-So-Orange," along with a matte-black hood that has a function duct directing cool air to the engine intake, as well as venting for the turbocharger intercooler. A new front fascia; side skirts, a splitter, and a diffuser from the Mopar Dart body kit; a new rear spoiler, and larger exhaust tips round out the visual changes. The Dodge Dart also scores enlarged brakes and an adjustable coilover suspension.

Mopar also worked its magic on the Dodge Viper ACR concept, a track-ready model named for the old Viper's wild ACR-X race car model. A new carbon-fiber front splitter and a large adjustable rear wing are said to improve the car's aerodynamic performance, while additional vents and louvers in the hood help keep the 8.4-liter V-10 engine cool under pressure. Nineteen-inch satin-black wheels conceal 15.4-inch carbon-ceramic front brake rotors clamped by Brembo six-piston calipers; new carbon-fiber ducting channels cooling air from the front fascia to the brakes. Inside the cabin, the radio, speakers, carpet, and almost all sound deadening have been removed to cut weight, leaving carbon-fiber components and Alcantara wrapping for the steering wheel, shifter, and seats.

Chrysler's internal parts division, Mopar, will show a wide variety of modified vehicles at next month's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. Along with four Dodge concepts, Mopar will also show off upgraded versions of Chrysler, Fiat, Jeep, and Ram vehicles.  The Dodge Challenger T/A concept (above) is meant to recall the 1970s Challenger T/A performance packages. Sublime Green paint is covered with matte-black T/A graphics and stripes, plus a matte-black treatment for the hood and roof. A functional hood scoop derived from that on the Dodge Viper helps channel cooling air to the 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 engine, while Brembo six-piston front brakes sit behind 20-inch matte-black wheels to bring things to a stop. As on the 707-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat, the front headlights have been replaced with special "Air Catcher" intakes, and a new Mopar front splitter and rear spoiler provide additional downforce. The car's rear seats have been deleted, and the interior benefits from a pistol-grip shifter, white instruments with platinum trim rings, a rear roll-bar in place of the back seats, and carbon-fiber bucket seats with pass-through holes for racing harnesses.  For the Dodge Charger R/T Mopar concept, a new front splitter, new side skirts, and a rear spoiler are claimed to improve aerodynamic downforce as much as they alter the car's look. A gloss-black roof treatment contrasts with TorRed bodywork, while the 20-inch Mopar wheels wear Granite Crystal paint. Performance upgrades comprise a Mopar cold-air intake for the 5.7-liter V-8, new coilover suspension, stiffer anti-roll bars, and strut-tower braces.  The Dodge Dart R/T concept wears a hue called, "O-So-Orange," along with a matte-black hood that has a function duct directing cool air to the engine intake, as well as venting for the turbocharger intercooler. A new front fascia; side skirts, a splitter, and a diffuser from the Mopar Dart body kit; a new rear spoiler, and larger exhaust tips round out the visual changes. The Dodge Dart also scores enlarged brakes and an adjustable coilover suspension.  Mopar also worked its magic on the Dodge Viper ACR concept, a track-ready model named for the old Viper's wild ACR-X race car model. A new carbon-fiber front splitter and a large adjustable rear wing are said to improve the car's aerodynamic performance, while additional vents and louvers in the hood help keep the 8.4-liter V-10 engine cool under pressure. Nineteen-inch satin-black wheels conceal 15.4-inch carbon-ceramic front brake rotors clamped by Brembo six-piston calipers; new carbon-fiber ducting channels cooling air from the front fascia to the brakes. Inside the cabin, the radio, speakers, carpet, and almost all sound deadening have been removed to cut weight, leaving carbon-fiber components and Alcantara wrapping for the steering wheel, shifter, and seats.  In addition to Dodge, Mopar turned its attention to other Fiat Chrysler Automobiles models. The Ram 2500 Outdoorsman features camouflage patterns, a tent mounted in the pickup truck's bed, a roof rack, and a "Flip-Up" bench built into the tailgate. Fender flares help accommodate giant 35-inch Mud-Terrain tires mounted in 17-inch bead-lock wheels. The Ram ProMaster Hospitality Van, meanwhile, demonstrates how the van could be used as a mobile office or lounge. For SEMA, the van features fridges that can serve cold drinks from a swing-open side panel, as well as a variety of cabinets, counters, and merchandise displays that companies could use to turn the ProMaster into a rolling showroom.  The Chrysler 200S Mopar benefits from a new tri-coat black paint, Ambassador Blue leather upholstery, a Mopar body kit, new 19-inch wheels, and Mopar quad exhaust tips. A version of the Chrysler 200S Mopar is set to go on sale to customers in the first half of next year.  For the Fiat 500L Custom concept, Mopar attempted to blend the hatchback's Italian heritage with some West Coast style. The 500L has been lowered and rides on new Mopar wheels, and features upgrades like a new front splitter and a sportier exhaust. Inside, red Katzkin leather and black Alcantara adorn the seats. The Fiat 500 Abarth Scorpion takes a different approach, giving the hot hatchback lightweight Abarth wheels, a louder exhaust, a two-tone red-and-black paint scheme, and an enormous Abarth scorpion decal on the car's nose. Mopar will display two different takes on the new Jeep Renegade at SEMA. The Renegade Riptide is a beach-themed build with Vibrance Grandeur Blue paint, a new Jeep Performance Parts logo restyled to look like a surfer, satin-black exterior accents, and a surfboard carrier on the roof. The Renegade Frostbite, meanwhile, is intended for drivers headed to the ski slopes. Its white and blue color scheme recalls the winter months, while a roof rack allows for carrying skis or snowboards and a new Jeep Performance Parks rock rail guard will help keep the Renegade protected when traversing rough terrain on the way to the slopes.  Jeep and Mopar also teamed up to create two takes on the Wrangler SUV. The Wrangler MOJO -- the middle two letters stand for "Orange Jeep" -- benefits from enhancements like a 2-inch suspension lift, a tougher transfer case, a new cold-air intake and exhaust for the V-6 engine, Jeep Performance parts bumpers and fenders, 37-inch Mud Terrain off-road tires, LED head- and foglights for improved night driving, and a lockable cargo tray. The Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance concept goes even wilder, with a 4-inch suspension lift and more extreme body parts, as well as a new transfer case that gives the SUV an incredible 70:1 crawling low-range gear ratio.  Finally, Mopar turned its attention to the new Jeep Cherokee, adding skid plates and rock rails to create the Cherokee Dakar. The fenders have been enlarged to accommodate 33-inch off-road tires, and a new front fascia allows for even more aggressive approach angles over big obstacles.
In addition to Dodge, Mopar turned its attention to other Fiat Chrysler Automobiles models.
The Ram 2500 Outdoorsman features camouflage patterns, a tent mounted in the pickup truck's bed, a roof rack, and a "Flip-Up" bench built into the tailgate. Fender flares help accommodate giant 35-inch Mud-Terrain tires mounted in 17-inch bead-lock wheels. The Ram ProMaster Hospitality Van, meanwhile, demonstrates how the van could be used as a mobile office or lounge. For SEMA, the van features fridges that can serve cold drinks from a swing-open side panel, as well as a variety of cabinets, counters, and merchandise displays that companies could use to turn the ProMaster into a rolling showroom.

The Chrysler 200S Mopar benefits from a new tri-coat black paint, Ambassador Blue leather upholstery, a Mopar body kit, new 19-inch wheels, and Mopar quad exhaust tips. A version of the Chrysler 200S Mopar is set to go on sale to customers in the first half of next year.

For the Fiat 500L Custom concept, Mopar attempted to blend the hatchback's Italian heritage with some West Coast style. The 500L has been lowered and rides on new Mopar wheels, and features upgrades like a new front splitter and a sportier exhaust. Inside, red Katzkin leather and black Alcantara adorn the seats. The Fiat 500 Abarth Scorpion takes a different approach, giving the hot hatchback lightweight Abarth wheels, a louder exhaust, a two-tone red-and-black paint scheme, and an enormous Abarth scorpion decal on the car's nose.
Mopar will display two different takes on the new Jeep Renegade at SEMA. The Renegade Riptide is a beach-themed build with Vibrance Grandeur Blue paint, a new Jeep Performance Parts logo restyled to look like a surfer, satin-black exterior accents, and a surfboard carrier on the roof. The Renegade Frostbite, meanwhile, is intended for drivers headed to the ski slopes. Its white and blue color scheme recalls the winter months, while a roof rack allows for carrying skis or snowboards and a new Jeep Performance Parks rock rail guard will help keep the Renegade protected when traversing rough terrain on the way to the slopes.

Jeep and Mopar also teamed up to create two takes on the Wrangler SUV. The Wrangler MOJO -- the middle two letters stand for "Orange Jeep" -- benefits from enhancements like a 2-inch suspension lift, a tougher transfer case, a new cold-air intake and exhaust for the V-6 engine, Jeep Performance parts bumpers and fenders, 37-inch Mud Terrain off-road tires, LED head- and foglights for improved night driving, and a lockable cargo tray. The Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance concept goes even wilder, with a 4-inch suspension lift and more extreme body parts, as well as a new transfer case that gives the SUV an incredible 70:1 crawling low-range gear ratio.

Finally, Mopar turned its attention to the new Jeep Cherokee, adding skid plates and rock rails to create the Cherokee Dakar. The fenders have been enlarged to accommodate 33-inch off-road tires, and a new front fascia allows for even more aggressive approach angles over big obstacles.

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