Chrysler and Fiat at SEMA 2011

Special Cars 1 Nov 2011
Chrysler and Fiat at SEMA 2011

At the SEMA Show Fiat/Chrysler Group will present a varied group of vehicles including custom versions based on the Dodge Challenger, Ram, and Durango and on the Fiat 500.

Dodge Ram 392 Quick Silver

The Ram 392 Quick Silver is powered by a 470 hp, 392 HEMI V-8 from the SRT. Performace enhancements include a cold-air intake kit and headers, a cat-back dual exhaust system, new Brembo braking discs and calipers, custom suspension kit that lowers the truck by 2 inches.

Dodge Ram 392 Quick Silver The body is finished in a three-stage bright silver, with the exception of a gloss black roof, while the wheels, grille inserts, mirrors and select interior trim components are coated in anodized red paint.

The reverse deep-cowl aluminum hood design with heat extractors inspired by the new Dodge Charger SRT8 and smoked lenses cover all exterior lighting. The “slammed” look is made more evident by the hard tonneau cover with an integrated spoiler and a Mopar body kit, consisting of sill and box pieces, finished up with a chin spoiler.

The 22-inch wheels are coupled with 275/45R22 tires up front and 305/40R22 tires in the rear.

The interior features a high-end audio system and high-bolster SRT seats covered in Katzkin leather with red stitching and accents to match the steering wheel, instrument panel and Laramie Longhorn inspired leather shift knob, door panels and center console trim.

Fiat 500 Titanium

Among the exterior modifications of the 500 Titanium are the Matte Titanium ‘whiskers and logo’ face, a new, more pronounced front fascia with honeycomb grilles, a satin black fascia insert with integrated LED fog lamps, circular projector headlamps finished in gloss black, a large liftgate spoiler and side skirts with a more vertical profile.

Fiat 500 Titanium The sporty characters is underlined by the 16–inch Matte Titanium wheels, the lowered ride height and Matte Titanium front-and rear-brake calipers with larger rotors.

Inside, the Fiat 500 Titanium features a black environment highlighted by Titanium Metallic

accents. The seats have massive side bolsters and are are wrapped in smooth black leather and accented with Titanium Metallic vinyl seat centers.

Along with the Titanium, Chrysler Group will also present the Fiat 500 Carbon, characterized by Anodized Azzurro (blue) paint and unique blackened exterior and interior trims.

Dodge Durango Tow Hook

Dodge Durango Tow Hook The Dodge Durango Tow Hook designed by Mopar Underground is characterized by a muscle-car inspired distinctive four-coat vibrant orange and satin-black color scheme, adopted both for the exterior and for the interior.

The exterior design features a satin-black roof, fascia accents and hood graphics, blacked-out lighting and twin-spoke 22-inch-by- 9.5-inch forged Superalloy wheels, custom mandrel bent exhaust system and piano black split-crosshair grille.

The ride-height was reduced by 25 mm to increase the car’s aggressive stance.

Inside the modifications include Durango logo door sill guards; black, perforated Mopar Katzkin leather seats featuring orange leather trim and stitching and piping; perforated Barracuda suede that covers the seat inserts, while the door panels feature orange stitching and silver metal brush trim that is shared on the dash just above the glove box.

Dodge Challenger SRT8 ACR

Dodge Challenger SRT8 ACR Designed by Chrysler Group’s Mopar Underground team and based on the Challenger SRT8 392, the Dodge Challenger ACR is a homage to the original option-delete cars of the 1960s and 70s.

Among the Mopar parts are a coil-over suspension, front-and rear-strut tower braces, short-throw shifter, front splitter, cat-back exhaust, custom exhaust headers and a set of Goodyear F1 Supercar performance tires.

The exterior has design cues similar to those found on the Viper SRT10 ACR, including a white body, charcoal painted roof, carbon fiber hood, rear deck lid, rear spoiler and tail lamp surround and an offset flame red stripe that runs the length of the car.

Red painted mirror caps and brake calipers, unique black painted five-spoke 20-inch alloy wheels and red “ACR” fender badging finish off the exterior design details.

The interior features carbon fiber door panels, front race bucket seats with openings for a racing harness and the rear seat is removed and replaced by a roll bar and fire extinguisher.

The white and red theme is carried on in the cabin with white accents on the carbon fiber door panels, red armrest bars with white foam padding, red door latch release tethers, red painted roll bars and red accents on the carbon fiber racing seats covered in black Katzkin leather.

Chrysler 300 SF6

Inspired by Chrysler 300 “Spring Festival” owners who participate in the Southern California owners’ gathering, the Chrysler 300 SF6 is powered by the 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine and features 22-inch Savini Wheels, a custom coil-over-spring kit, cold-air intake, long-tube headers, and custom exhaust system.

The interior is based on an athletic-luxury theme with Mopar/Katzkin performance seats trimmed in black with black/blue perforated leather and blue accent stitching.

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