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Mopar Teases Dodge Challenger, Chrysler Pacifica Concepts for SEMA

Jeep Wrangler will also make an appearance

Jeep Wrangler will also make an appearance

A modified Chrysler Pacifica minivan will be among the many sets of wheels Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be showing off at next week’s 2016 SEMA Show. FCA today revealed teaser sketches of just a few vehicles it has prepared for SEMA, with most featuring production and concept parts from its Mopar parts division.

Based on the teaser sketch of the Pacifica concept, the minivan will be targeted at stand up paddle boarders. The sketch only reveals the Pacifica’s rear quarter panel (with an SUP decal), but expect some sort of board rack and perhaps and water-resistant interior.

Next up is a teaser of a Dodge Challenger’s hood, complete with Mopar’s Shaker air intake system and racing stripes. Last year, Dodge showed off an intriguing Challenger concept that featured an all-wheel drive system and a wider stance.

Also set to make an appearance is a modified Dodge Durango and a Ram Power Wagon. A sketch of the latter reveals beadlock wheels, Power Wagon details, and a wild, bed-mounted style bar. The Jeep Wrangler is always a SEMA favorite so FCA will show off what appears to be a CJ-inspired concept complete with a black and orange paint job, beadlock wheels, and custom headlights. FCA will officially debut the concepts next Tuesday, which means there’s plenty of time for the automaker to reveal more teasers before the show.

Source: FCA