Dodge has unveiled four new concepts ahead of their debut at SEMA.

Dodge has unveiled four new concepts ahead of their debut at SEMA.

First and foremost, the Viper ACR concept is being billed as the ultimate track car. It features a number of aerodynamic styling tweaks including a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber canards and a prominent rear wing. The model has also has ventilated front fenders, a track-tuned suspension, carbon ceramic brakes and 19-inch alloy wheels with a satin black finish.

Interior pictures were not released but Dodge says the cabin features carbon fiber and Alcantara upholstery on the seats, steering wheel and shifter. The carpet, radio and speakers have also been removed to reduce weight.

Moving on, the Dart R/T concept has an O-So-Orange exterior with an aggressive front fascia and a matte black aluminum hood. The model also has a front lip spoiler, revised side skirts and a rear diffuser. Other notable highlights include an adjustable coil-over suspension, a Mopar big brake kit and massive exhaust tips.

The Charger R/T Mopar concept is a tad more restrained but features a front splitter, aerodynamic side skirts and a new rear valance. The model also has a sportier suspension and 20-inch lightweight alloy wheels.

Last but not least, the Challenger T/A concept is a "modern interpretation of the legendary T/A package available in the 1970s for the Challenger." It features a Sublime Green exterior with Viper-inspired hood, a front splitter and a deck-lid spoiler. The model also has carbon fiber seats, T/A graphics and 20-inch forged aluminum wheels.

Check out the press release for additional information

Gallery: Dodge Viper ACR concept unveiled for SEMA