Aftermarket-built Mopars at SEMA
This is a gallery of some Mopars built by the aftermarket industry. Some are better than others (I’m looking at you, green 300…). Enjoy!
Sometimes you want a nice, bespoke interior without all of the additional features (read: costs) that get bundled in options packages. Mopar’s partnership with Katzkin means that you can order leather seating surfaces from Katzkin based on Mopar’s exact specs to re-upholster your pride and joy, without having to break the bank. Katzkin upholstery is […] More »
We don’t have too much info on this modded Challenger (the press conference takes place in three hours) but we did notice something strange about it: it has two twin-outlet exhausts out back along with side pipes! The Mopar guys wouldn’t divulge any information beyond the fact that it’s powered by the 5.7L and the […] More »
To the untrained eye, this may appear to be a Rolls Royce Phantom. Look more closely though and discover a terrifying truth: this car is actually a very poorly executed Chrysler 300 custom. It has been chopped and couped (is that a word?). And, hard plastic seats aside (seems comfortable doesn’t it?) the interior doesn’t […] More »
Since 2010, the Mopar aftermarket division has been offering customized and limited edition Chrysler Group products that offer a unique look and improved performance over the non-Moparized versions of the same vehicle. In 2010, the Mopar 10 Dodge Challenger was the first Mopar branded vehicle ever followed by the Mopar 11 Dodge Charger and the […] More »