Chrysler Reveals Five Mopar-Modified Vehicles Ahead of SEMA [Photo Gallery]
The first concept that gets detailed is the Ram Sun Chaser. Developed as a “back to the beach” show truck, the vehicle is based on the 1500 Quad Cab model and sports a Vibrance Orange Blast exterior color, a new hood, a 2-inch lift kit, and 17-inch beadlock wheels. Other features include a Mopar cat-back exhaust, Flip-Up tailgate and a “makeshift shower kit”.
Chrysler has also unveiled the Jeep Cherokee Trail Carver, which comes with an Auburn Pearl exterior and custom graphics, off-road tires, Katzkin leather seats, wireless smartphone charger and WiFi connectivity. The third concept is a Cheysler 300S painted a Phantom Black Tri-coat and fitted with a new front grille, SRT spoiler, lowered suspension, 20-inch alloy wheels and two-tone leather seats.
Next up is a Fiat 500L-based project - because, as we already know, Mopar is also offering accessories and modifying Fiats as well. Called Adventurer, the unique 500L wears a Bright White body paint with two-tone accent wheel flares and rockers in Satin Black for a “tough, rugged appearance”, Vibrance Bright Orange roof, roof rails and 18-inch bespoke wheels.
Besides the four vehicles that were teased earlier this month, Chrysler also released two photos of a modified Dodge Durango, but had nothing to say about it. The SUV comes with a white exterior color, black roof and hood with red accents, lowered suspension, and black wheels.
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