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.