And every year our friends at Mopar
love to let their imaginations run wild with ways to upgrade and enhance vehicles from all corners of the Chrysler Group brand portfolio. Whether it be eye-catching looks, innovative cargo management or (of course) improved performance, SEMA is where Mopar and our brands like to strut their stuff.
This year there are 20 customized vehicles headed for the Mopar stand at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Nov. 5-8.
The SEMA show is not open to the public; you have to be an industry professional to get a ticket. But we can’t stop ourselves from sharing our SEMA concepts with the world, beginning today with “teasers” of four vehicles headed for the Nevada desert.
This is just the beginning.
Mark your calendar for Oct. 29, when we’ll give you a better look at some of our 2013 SEMA concepts. Tune into a Livestream program where you can see the concepts and submit questions to the Chrysler Group design staff.
Then join us on Nov. 5 for all the news from the SEMA show. We’ll be live streaming the Mopar press conference, which is scheduled to start at 7:40 p.m. Eastern (4:40 p.m. Pacific). You can watch the web cast at the Mopar blog
, which is also the place to watch for other tidbits leading up to the SEMA show.
Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters Read More
Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters and 0-to-60 times – and the people who make it happen. Because behind every awesome vehicle are amazing people with vision and the desire to make it a reality. I cover Mopar, Dodge, SRT and motorsports for Stellantis Digital Media. I learned to drive on a 1973 Jeep CJ-5 with the rare Super Jeep option package and three-speed manual transmission. I still belong to the dwindling club of people who prefer to shift their own gears, and think the best way to drive is with the top down!