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Dodge unveils four concepts prior to SEMA Show

October 27, 2014

Dodge will bring four concepts to the SEMA Show in November, with the most-anticipated model being a track-focused Dodge Viper ACR concept.

Dodge Viper ACR concept SEMA

First up is the Challenger T/A, featuring ‘Sublime Green’ paintwork with a Dodge Viper-inspired bonnet, 20-inch forged aluminium wheels, carbon fibre seats, and T/A graphics that hark back to the 1970s Challenger.

Second model is the Dart R/T concept. It’s been coated in ‘O-So-Orange’ paint with a matt black bonnet and roof, and wears a set of 18-inch Mopar anodised black wheels. The concept also features a Mopar big brake kit, and adjustable coilover suspension.

Dodge Charger R:T concept SEMA

Thirdly is the Charger R/T Mopar concept, with incorporates exterior additions such as side skirts, front splitter, adjustable coilover suspension with Mopar front and rear sway bars, and 20-inch lightweight alloy wheels. The engine has also been hooked up with a cold-air intake

Last but not least the Viper ACR concept. The car features track-ready features such as massive 15.4-inch carbon ceramic two-piece rotors with six-piston Brembo brakes up front, track-tuned suspension, and a host of carbon fibre cooling ducts for the brakes and differential. The interior has been stripped out with only the bare essentials left for the driver to use.

Pietro Gorlier, president and CEO Mopar service, parts and customer care, said,

“Each creation we dream up for SEMA represents an original, unique interpretation of how customers can personalize and transform their vehicles with an assist from Mopar products.

 

“Our modified SEMA rides prove that whether owners are seeking more power, performance and style for the street, extra capabilities to get the job done or the freedom to go off-road and beyond, Mopar has the products to help get them there.”

Josh was one of the original co-founders of PerformanceDrive. His expertise is car culture and aftermarket performance. He was the editor at Hot4s Magazine for a few years, and has since worked at Fast Fours, Zoom, and as a journalist for The Project Group.