Mopar has released four models at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show.
Mopar has released three customized models at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show in addition to the murdered-out 2012 Chrysler 300. The photos seen here, snapped by the guys at AutoBlog, show the Mopar-enhanced 2013 Dodge Dart GTS 210, 2012 Fiat 500 Stinger and the 2012 Jeep Compass True North. The three hooked-up models seen here were released to celebrate the Chrysler Group's in-house tuner's 75th anniversary.
As previously reported on CarBuzz, the Jeep Compass 'True North' model's off-road performance has been improved by adding 16-inch alloys and a 2-inch lift kit. Matte black features on the roof, wheel flares, grille and light surrounds, while the interior gets a series of audio components from Kicker and a center stack gauge pod housing pitch and roll inclinometer gauges. The 2012 Fiat 500 Stinger comes with two stages. The first deals with styling enhancements, such as a checkered roof finished in a black and yellow that would make Wiz Khalifa blush. A set of chrome black 17-inch alloys give the bright Fiat a nice contrast with its Giallo yellow paint.
The 2013 Dodge Dart 210 Tribute pays homage to the old Dart. It also features two stages with the first meant for appearance (with a sick carbon fiber hood completed by a center scoop) while the second boosts performance to 210hp. Check out the gallery below of Mopar's three custom jobs, on display now at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show.