Mopar shows a total of 14 vehicles on an area of approximately 1,400 square metres on the SEMA tuning show in Las Vegas (1st to 4th November 2016). The Fiat Chrysler's Division has built specifically for the tuning Messe to six cars. The family van up to the off-road monster is something for everyone.
The Dodge Challenger 1971 was specially prepared for the SEMA show. So gave way to a tubular frame chassis, the bodywork is removable. Under the hood is a 485-HP V8 with fold-out exhaust. The lowered Challenger is held by a Brembo six-piston system from the current Hellcat challenger at Bay. In the 19 - and 20-inch wheels fold. The headlights and taillights are from the 2017er model of the Challenger and have been adjusted only slightly on the classic silhouette. Spoilers front and rear complete the appearance. Inside take passengers on seats from the Dodge Viper Room, also the steering wheel comes from this sports car. A roll bar ensures safety.
Take a modern part of the Wrangler, trust a historical Wrangler body and stuff the whole thing with Mopar parts full finished is the ultimate off-road fun makers. All-terrain Tires BF Goodrich with onboard air pressure control and a height lowering the Jeep CJ66 ready for coarser ground. Visually, a potent figure makes the Wrangler in "Copper Canyon" with LED lights and a winch. Inside were Viper seats and a roll cage.
Mopar helps the Dodge Durango with a large air intake on the bonnet to the big show. A lowered suspension and 22-incher also provide a significant improvement of the optics. A six-piston brake to properly defer the SUV. The real peculiarity is waiting in the Interior: riders take on three rows of Dodge Viper seats place. There is also a headtube sport steering wheel Dodge SRT program.
How does one make even more exciting the Dodge Ram? Mopar offers a sliding Caddy on the loading area, which simply Zoom can slide if not necessary up to the cab the pick-up. On it, such as surfboards can be fixed. There is also a height lowering, huge off-road wheels and a painting in true color "macho mango". A new bumper with winch and an LED lighting system on the roof complete the picture.
We know the RAM ProMaster in Germany as Fiat Ducato rather in the hard delivery and use of the craftsmen. Mopar now turns the van into a rolling bar. On the side, a big mouth, moving up under the roof opens. Including a counter out works, inside there are cooling and dispensing equipment for drinks. Visually, Mopar completes the picture with matte black 20-inch alloy wheels and leather seats in the Interior.
The inconspicuous car on the Mopar booth will be the Chrysler Pacifica Cadence. Only a foliation, 20-incher and a transport fixture on the roof distinguish the exhibition vehicle externally from the series counterpart. Inside, there are including wireless Smartphone charging possibilities and a pet carrier. (mf)