Since Chrysler joined the Fiat Group, its portfolio of brands has grown to include Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep and Fiat vehicles. And you know what that means: more tinkering with stuff for Mopar. That’s what Auburn Hills has of Serbia for the next SEMA Show in Las Vegas, with a lot of show cars to show just what the group’s performance division of the parties can do.
The Chrysler brand will be represented by 300 SF6 Spring Festival dedicated to the Chrysler 300 owners in Southern California. It ‘featuring 22-inch alloy wheels, a KW coil-over suspension and brakes enhanced, intake, headers and exhaust – all from the bin Mopar parts – as well as special finishes inside and out.
In addition to Dodge, the Challenger SRT8 gets the treatment with ACR updated suspension, gearbox, front splitter, exhaust and 20-inch wheels, covered with a beautiful painting of the beloved Viper ACR. It ‘came from Durango tow bar, decked out in orange and black with 22-inch rolling stock fell on a suspension.
Fiat continues to exploit the special called 500 with two titanium and carbon. The first takes its name from the satin matte finish and 16-inch wheels, contrasting with the black paint, with expanded power grids updated intake and exhaust systems. The latter, meanwhile, sports a 500 bridges in the deep blue with accents of carbon fiber and alloy trim and 17-inch black-out, riding on a lowered suspension.
Finally, the division is represented by the Ram 392 Quicksilver, dropping a 470-Hemi V8 power in the engine compartment of Ram R / T. 22-inch wheels on a lowered-house 15-inch Brembo brakes to keep it under control, with a body made of silver enamelled with red accents and a black roof to talk.