If there is one show that really brings the best out of Chrysler’s MOPAR tuning division, it is SEMA in Las Vegas.
Topping its past SEMA showcar roster , it looks like Mopar is once again pretty busy developing the models it will display in Las Vegas during the 2013 SEMA Show.
This year Mopar will bring no less than 20 heavily modified models, coming from Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Fiat and SRT. Plus a few buyer customers from Chrysler’s Facebook challenge prize-winners.
The first teaser images revealed today show:
- an updated Jeep Cherokee in various flavors
- some hot Fiat 500’s
- a Mopar Ram 1500
- and the latest look for the Mopar Chrysler 300 .
Those of you whom will be in Las Vegas this year will also have the chance to take a first look at the latest Jeep Performance Parts, developed by Mopar Off-Road Division and even for sale in many Jeep dealers.
The 2013 SEMA will open its door on November 5th, but stay tuned for all the pre-show news!
Click past the jump to read more about the Dodge Dart Slingshot - the model that made quite a sensation last year at SEMA.
Last year Mopar came at the SEMA show with the Slingshot Concept - a head-turner based on the new Dodge Dart.
The concept was inspired by SCCA racers and featured a Mopar carbon-fiber hood and a set of 17-inch black alloy wheels to help reduce its weight a little. The Slingshot also featured a pretty cool Mopar livery combined with a white base coat and a black grille.
For the interior the concept featured a competition-spec roll cage, racing seats, and six-point harnesses to keep the riders strapped in place.
Many of the previous SRT4 owners groups are eager for a track-ready Dart, and are hoping for big news in Vegas.
gallery: Dodge Dart Slingshot
Today Chrysler Group LLC released sketches of select Mopar-modified vehicles that are headed for the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. The show takes place Nov. 5-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
“We developed these Mopar-modified vehicles to inspire ultimate customization,” said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand. “With catalogs full of proven, quality-tested performance parts and accessories, Mopar is a one-stop shop for factory-engineered personalization.”
The company will display 20 Mopar-modified Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram, Fiat and SRT vehicles at the show in a 15,300 square-foot exhibit. In addition to custom vehicles, the company will highlight Jeep Performance Parts developed by its newly created Mopar Off-Road Division.