Mopar Is Coming To SEMA With All Guns Blazing

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These are Mopar's teaser images ahead of the SEMA show.

Mopar just released a few concept sketches in advance of the 2021 SEMA show in Las Vegas, and it looks like it's going to be a good one. Mopar says it will showcase customized vehicles as well as hundreds of its factory-backed performance parts.

Other than that, we don't have much to go on. Mopar mentions its long history, starting as a line of antifreeze products, eventually growing into the colossus we know today. The name became synonymous with muscle cars in the 1960s when it launched a line-up of performance-enhancing parts for both road and racing cars.

Mopar obviously doesn't want to reveal too much about all the lovely things it will display, and the images make it quite challenging to tell what it's planning, but your guesses are welcome.


The first concept sketch is a Jeep that looks like a blend between an old-school Gladiator and a Shortbus. It also looks like it could play a supporting role in the upcoming Furiousa (Mad Max) movie. For that reason, we shall dub it The Miller. As in George Miller, the director of the film and creator of vehicular chaos.

The second sketch is of a Ram 1500 with a bed rack. There's also a tent, so we're guessing this is a Ram kitted out with Mopar camping accessories. There is nothing like pitching a tent in a million stars motel following a long day of jumping over stuff in a TRX.

The third car is easy enough to identify. It's a Wrangler 4xe with a spotlight mounted on the hood. In the distance, you can see the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights. Jeep already did a Polar Edition of the Wrangler once before, and that's likely what this one will be called.

Front Angle View Jeep

The fourth image is also a Jeep, but moving at speed. We're guessing this is a Rubicon 392, and since we only received an interior sketch, the most radical changes will likely be to the outside.

Finally, there's another Ram. This time it's absolutely a TRX hooning in the dirt. We find the blue coloring around the badge odd, as Jeep uses the same color for its 4xe models. Perhaps it will be a TRX with a battery pack?

This guessing game is likely what Mopar had in mind with these sketches, building up some interest until the covers come off on November 2.


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