From old to new, Mopar has you covered.
Mopar and SEMA go together like PB & J, it makes sense that the creator of some wicked performance parts would use the show as a platform to display it’s latest and greatest parts that can be fitted to a handful of cars, six to be exact. “The Mopar customized vehicles speak to our ability to assist owners in creating a ride that fits the blueprint of their individual lifestyles,” said Pietro Gorlier, Head of Mopar Parts and Service. The SEMA lineup highlights the parts and accessories available from Mopar.
The Dodge Shakedown Challenger is a modern '71 muscle car with 485 hp thanks to a host of trick parts from custom suspension through to Hellcat wheels and brakes.“Bitchin’ Black” describes the shaved exterior, hung on a unique hand-built, one-off frame with a removable body. Inside it's all modern with Viper seats in black Katzkin leather and Alcantara, a Viper steering wheel and more Hellcat parts. The Jeep CJ66 sees a '66 body on a Wrangler TJ frame and sees a host of modern MoparWrangler accessories, its pure brilliance in that Copper Canyon paint with that custom interior that also features Viper seats. The Dodge Durango was made even more aggressive in this "Shaker" guise.
Dropped, rimmed and with body additions that make it as mean as the powerplant; a 6.4-liter Hemi with an 8-speed auto transmission. This too sees Viper seats inside with a host of Mopar add-ons. The Ram Macho Power Wagon is a beast with a 6-ft x 4-in. bed, a 4-inch lift kit, 37-inch tires and a 6.4-liter Hemi. The Ram ProMaster Pit Stop is the car all race teams need. It's made to entertain and the "Brewmaster" badging alludes to it being a mobile pub with a bar counter, Mopar T-handle and cue ball taps and some great signage. The Chrysler Pacifica Cadence shows off over 100 parts from the Mopar catalogue helping it become a car lover and surfer's dream ride. There's so much Mopar at SEMA it's hard to concentrate!