Mopar Debuts Customized Vehicles at SEMA 2015

The Mopar brand brought their all to SEMA 2015 with a large lineup of vehicles transformed with production and concept parts and accessories.

The Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, and FIAT customized vehicles were displayed throughout their giant SEMA display along with hundreds of Mopar products.

Dodge Challenger GT AWD Concept

Dodge Challenger GT AWD Concept
Dodge Challenger GT AWD Concept

The Dodge Challenger GT is a V-8 muscle with AWD.  It’s a one-of-a-kind, year-round muscle car that combines wickedly fast power and performance with the confidence of increased traction when you need it most.

Header Orange accents were chosen for the concept, which is a step outside the usual color palette for Mopar.  The concept enhances its signature muscle car proportions, bulging out with a wide body kit and massive wheel flares house concept Mopar five-spoke wheels.

More importantly, the vehicles 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine uses an AWD package to power all four wheels, paired with an eight-speed transmission.  The 5.7-liter engine is upgraded with the Scat Pack 3 Performance Kit, which packs a punch of up to 75 more horsepower and an additional 44 lb-ft of torque.

Dodge Charger Deep Stage 3

Dodge Charger Deep Stage 3
Dodge Charger Deep Stage 3

For the Dodge Charger Deep Stage 3, Mopar packed up to 75 additional horsepower with the Mopar Scat Pack 3 kit and then, for good measure, bolted on a selection of production and concept Mopar products to create an original, performance-driven version of the world’s only four-door muscle car.

The design is flawless with the full-length Matte Black paint covering the top of the vehicle over the Silver Bullet exterior color.

Powered by the 5.7-liter HEMI engine, the Charger Deep Stage 3 is punched up in three phases by the trio of Mopar Scat Pack Performance kits.  The kits feature a Mopar cold-air intake, Mopar cat-back exhaust, Mopar low-restriction oil filter, new Mopar Performance camshaft, a set of Mopar Performance valve springs, and so much more.

Of course, for safety’s sake, Mopar Performance front and rear strut tower braces keep the tires in contact with the road while the Mopar Big Brake Kit gives the car enough kick to power down all that horsepower.

Dodge Dart GLH Concept

Dodge Dart GLH Concept
Dodge Dart GLH Concept

The Dodge Omni GLH (Goes Like Hell) combines an athletic look with style and looks ready to pounce with an in-your-face production front fascia with concept grille details and a Mopar Performance aluminum hood.

Red accents on the lower body provide an outline that helps us to remember the original Omni GLH.  The Dart GLH Concept rides on lightweight Mopar 18-inch wheels, and exhaust tips add an aggressive growl.

Chrysler 300 Super S

Chrysler 300 Super S
Chrysler 300 Super S

Style and sophistication come together perfectly with performance and attitude for the Chrysler 300 Super S.  The aggressiveness of the exterior is paired with premium styling on the inside with light grey leather seats and blue trim stitching.

Beneath the 300 Super S hood sits a powerful beast.  The 5.7-liter engine is beefed up with Mopar Stage 1, 2, and 3 Upgrade Kits.  It also includes front and rear performance strut tower braces, as well as a Mopar Big Brake Kit.

Chrysler 200 S Mopar

Chrysler 200 S
Chrysler 200 S

The Chrysler brand’s mid-size sedan has gotten an “attitude adjustment” with a mix of production and concept Mopar parts and accessories.

A more muscular look was given to the sedan with a production Mopar body kit, including a front chin splitter, side sills and a rear valence.  A concept, dual-vented Mopar performance hood elevates performance and appearance while large, production Mopar 19-inch wheels are painted a unique Satin Black finish.

The V-6 Pentastar engine of the Chrysler 200 S Mopar is kicked up by adding a cat-back exhaust and cold-air intake.  A Mopar production suspension lowering kit helps the 200 S Mopar ride nearer to the ground and improve handling and drivability while a Mopar Big Brake Kit provides additional stopping power.

Photographer Bob Ayers took some great shots from SEMA of all things Mopar. Enjoy!

  • Dave Herrington

    That Challenger is wicked looking, would love to have that in my garage, well if I had a garage at least.

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