Mopar will bring two special Ram 1500 pickups to SEMAOctober 26, 2018
FCA concern’s Mopar division prepared two special modifications of the Ram 1500 pickup for the SEMA tuning show: the Rebel Concept and the Big Horn Low Down Concept. The first demonstrates an impressive set of accessories Mopar, the second – the experimental components, which in the future will become part of the corporate catalog.
The Ram 1500 Rebel Concept prototype is equipped with more than 200 Mopar components and accessories. The pickup is painted in a neutral blue color called Rebel Smoke, equipped with an oversized 51 millimeter suspension, aluminum steps, 18-inch wheels with bed blocks, shod in 35-inch Goodyear DuraTrac tires.
Under the hood of an off-road pickup, a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 is installed, equipped with a cold air intake Ram Airflow system. The equipment list also includes an auxiliary lighting unit, exhaust nozzles, door sills, wireless charging for smartphones and a new experimental set of pedals.
The conceptual Big Horn Low Down has received a new hood, a suspension with a 51-mm understatement, 22-inch wheels, a prototype of the new wheel arch extensions. The engine on the pickup is the same as that of the Rebel Concept – 5.7-liter Hemi V8 with an active noise reduction system. The impact of the unit is 401 horsepower and 552 Nm of torque.
It is also known that Mopar will present a new “box” engine at SEMA. According to preliminary information, it will be 7.0-liter “eight”, for the size and weight received the nickname “elephant”.