Chrysler and Fiat have decided to preview their SEMA Motor Show stands by announcing what models will be presented to the public at the event.
“The aftermarket is a $34 billion-a-year industry and SEMA is the perfect place to showcase everything that Mopar has to offer. At Mopar, we believe ingiving our customers a lot of choices when they go to personalize their vehicles. And that is why we offer extreme personalization for every single car in our showrooms. In addition to head-turning image vehicles at the SEMA show, we also will introduce new must-see product and technology”, said the President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler LLC’s service parts and customer-care brand, Pietro Gorlier.
According to the automotive giant, Chrysler will launch the 300 SF6 base on the 300S which is powered by a large 5.7 liter HEMI V8 engine and features a coil-over suspension, cold-air intake, Katzkin leather seats, piano black trim and a Kicker audio system. The Dodge Challenger SRT8 ACR will also debut at Chrysler’s stand, with its strut tower braces, short-throw shifter, Goodyear performance tires, flat-bottom steering wheel, carbon fiber trim, 20 inch alloy wheels and cat-back exhaust system.
The Dodge Durango Tow Hook will also make its way into the SEMA Motor Show and engineers have installed a new piano black grille, a lowered sports suspension, Katzkin leather seats, suede accents, aluminum pedals, black chrome trim and 22 inch alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli tires. Last but not least will be the Ram 392 Quick Silver which comes with a HEMI V8 developing 470 HP. The 392 Quick Silver has a cold air intake, sports exhaust system, aluminum hood, Mopar body kit and Brembo brakes.
Fiat will also make its way to the SEMA Motor Show with two versions of its most popular model, the 500, both of them coming with an aggressive bodykit, LED daytime running lights, sport-tuned suspension, Anodized Azzuro exterior with carbon fiber accents and 17 inch aluminum wheels.