Fiat Chrysler Hits SEMA With Several Concepts

by Robert Nimocks

The Fiat Chrysler automotive group is hitting SEMA with a host of custom Mopars. They are showcasing in their 15,000-square-foot Mopar Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show display and will feature Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram and FIAT brand vehicles personalized with Mopar products. along with a few conceptual designs. Our favorite is the Challenger T/A with Sublime Green paint and underscored by full-length matte black T/A graphics, flanking each side of the body, in keeping with the spirit of the original T/A. The matte black look carries over from the aggressive front fascia all the way to the rear deck-lid spoiler to provide an iconic, sinister appearance. The functional “Viper”-inspired center scoop hood with Mopar gloss black hood pins has been adapted to accommodate a Mopar induction system. Cooling air streams into the air box, chilling the incoming air to the 6.4-liter legendary 392 HEMI® engine via a hood scoop.

So what do you think is better, the classic 1970 Challenger TA in Sublime or the modern 2014 Challenger TA concept in Sublime? We will have plenty of photos to share from SEMA, so stay tuned.

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