Can Mopar Make A Real Ford Raptor Fight? Now We Have The Answer

SEMA 2015

This is what would happen if Keith Richards designed the Raptor.

Dodge wanted to cash in on Ford’s success with the F-150 Raptor, so it unveiled a more rugged version of its Ram pickup truck called the Rebel earlier this year. Its 395 horsepower 5.7-liter Hemi V8 combined with Blisten shocks, air suspension, wheel and tire upgrades, and aesthetic additions make the truck a serious badass built for the off-road hooning types. However, Mopar didn’t think that the truck was good enough to represent it alongside the stiff competition at SEMA 2015.

To remedy this, Mopar added a decent amount of upgrades to the truck. Starting with the meaty goodness, Mopar added a cold air intake and a catback exhaust to make the truck’s bite match its bark. Aesthetic goodies to complement the copper paint are abundant and encompass matte black graphics, flared wheel arches, 17-inch wheels with red accent rings, black side steps, a two-piece skid plate, and a leather interior with copper stitching to match the body color. The good news here is that all of these add-ons will now also become a part of the optional Mopar equipment that one can option when buying the truck.

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