Chrysler has announced plans to introduce 35 vehicles at SEMA.
First and foremost, Dodge will unveil the 2011 Challenger SRT8 392. It features revised styling and a new 6.4-liter HEMI V8 with 470 hp (350 kW / 477 PS) and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm) of torque. Details are limited, but Dodge CEO Ralph Gilles confirmed the engine will have a variable intake manifold, multi-cylinder deactivation, and VVT technology. Thanks to these changes, the new SRT8 will be 15-20% more fuel efficient than its predecessor. Deliveries are scheduled to occur shortly after Thanksgiving (November 25th).
Besides the Challenger, Dodge will display the RedLine Charger. Based on the redesigned sedan, the RedLine boasts a lowered suspension, an aluminum hood, a carbon fiber front lip spoiler, and 22-inch 'Super Alloy' wheels. Power will be provided by a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 which has been outfitted with a cold-air intake and a new exhaust system.
To promote the new Durango, Dodge will showcase the Citadel Black & Tan concept. It has an exclusive grille, polished stainless steel exhaust tips, a lowered suspension, and 22-inch alloy wheels.
Jeep will unveil the Wrangler Sahara Mopar Edition which boasts 35-inch tires, steel bumpers, and a Warn winch.
If you prefer a little luxury with your adventure, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Off-Road Edition has a lifted suspension, skid plates, rock rails, tow hooks, and 33-inch BFG Mud-Terrain tires.
If off-roading isn't your thing, the Jeep Street Cherokee has a 5.7-liter HEMI V8, a custom lower front fascia, blacked-out headlamps, and 22-inch alloy wheels.
Lastly, Fiat will make its SEMA debut with a 500 concept that boasts an aerodynamic body kit, a lowered suspension, and 18-inch Alcoa wheels.
Check out the press release for additional information