Mopar, the performance and accessories arm of Chrysler, is the division the car maker relies on when they have to put on a prosperous, sporty and fun face. And with the SEMA show 2016 just around the corner, the division is extra busy these days putting the last touches on the lineup of vehicles they are bringing to Las Vegas.
Mopar’s SEMA 2016 lineup includes customized models from from the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram brands, filling a massive 15,345-square-foot at Las Vegas convention center. The good thing about Mopar is that they have a huge catalog of parts and accessories they can use on for customizing these vehicles, and those parts they are not going to use they will display separately at the show under the “production and concept parts and accessories” category.
While details of the SEMA-bound Mopar vehicles are yet to be released, you can see in the preview photos the clique comprises a fully blacked-out Dodge Challenger, we’re guessing a Hellcat, a unique take on the Charger sedan, a heavily accessorized Ram 1500 pickup truck, uniquely prepared off-road Wranglers, and what appears to be a custom take on the new Chrysler Pacifica van.