Gallery: Dodge and Ram at the LA Auto Show

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Dodge Challenger Demon at Los Angeles Auto Show

Here is a look at the Dodge and Ram Truck brand vehicles on display at the ongoing 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show.

There is no big news from Dodge or Ram at the 2018 LA Auto Show, as FCA has focused all of their attention on the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler. However, our two favorite brands were well-represented at the LA show, with Ram showing off their muscular pickups while Dodge showed off their muscular cars.

Dodge is All About Big Muscle

The Dodge brand is still riding the wave that is the 2018 Challenger SRT Demon and at the LA Auto Show, the wheel-standing, street-legal drag car is the centerpiece of the large high performance display.

Demon wheels up in LA

The Demon is joined by a spread of the other modern Mopar muscle cars, including the Charger Daytona, the Challenger T/A, the Challenger Shaker, the Challenger Hellcat Widebody and the Charger Hellcat. Of course, the 485hp Durango SRT is also on display and for those showgoers who have never seen a Hemi cut apart – they have one of those, too.

Hemi Cut Apart

For anyone who loves American muscle cars, the Dodge area is going to be a star attraction at this year’s LA Auto Show.

Ram is All About Big Trucks

The Ram Truck brand doesn’t have any big news for LA, but truck-lovers are sure to enjoy the vehicles on display. The Ram 2500 Power Wagon is joined by the new Hydro Blue Ram 1500 Sport, another Ram 1500 in all-black and a couple of chromed-out trucks – including the newest Ram 3500 with 930lb-ft of diesel torque.

Hydro Blue Ram 1500

If you aren’t able to make to LA for the auto show, you are in luck, as we have people on the ground in the City of Angels who have put together a great gallery of images. Check out the gallery below for a look at the hottest Dodge and Ram models from LA.

Images via Manuel Carrillo III for Dodge Forum

Longtime auto journalist Patrick Rall contributes to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Rennlist, Club Lexus, F-150 Online, and YotaTech.

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