Mopar will show two unique pickups at Sema ShowOctober 30, 2019
One model is presented as a combination of classics with modern technology, and the second will be a great option for travel.
Atelier Mopar is preparing to show two new pickups at the Sema tuning show. The first of these is an understated version of the Dodge D200 pickup, which began to be produced in 1968. The idea to make such a car is based on the now popular direction – customization of classic pickups. Compared to the original, the car has an increased 76 mm wheelbase and modern air suspension. A hinged hood was specially prepared for the exhibition – in this variation, visitors will be able to examine in detail the 5.9-liter Cummins diesel engine.
It looks very interesting combination of vintage 22-inch wheels and modern LED headlights.
The interior of the car is trimmed with leather, and the instruments are mounted on an aluminum substrate. The second Mopar concept car was named Ram 1500 Rebel OTG – 35-inch tires are installed on this model. The car is equipped with a 3.0-liter V6 engine. Such a car is ideal for traveling thanks to a factory suspension lift kit and an installed module with a tent, kitchen and sink. In addition, the SUV is equipped with solar panels and a generator.
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