Fiat has unveiled the 500X Chicane and 500X Mobe concepts at SEMA.

Fiat has unveiled the 500X Chicane and 500X Mobe concepts at SEMA.

Starting off with the Chicane, it is described as a street-tuner vehicle that features a Competition Blue exterior with side stripes and a gloss black roof.  The model also has a sportier front fascia, a reduced ride height and 20-inch alloy wheels with a two-tone finish.

Bigger changes occur in the cabin as designers installed Katzkin leather seats with blue piping and "X" embroidery.  The model also has a bright pedal kit, satin black sill plates, embossed floor mats and a cargo management system.

Power is provided by a 2.4-liter Tigershark MultiAir2 engine that has been equipped with a cat-back exhaust system.  Fiat says the exhaust provides "additional power" but declined to elaborate.

Moving on, the 500X Mobe is named after a kite-surfing trick and it features an Ivory Pearl exterior with Matte Bronze accents and blue side stripes.  The model also has a roof rack and two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels with Mopar blue accents.

The interior comes nicely equipped with two-tone leather seats, white trim and a blue kite surfer decal on the dashboard.  Other highlights include Matte Bronze door sill plates, all-weather floor mats, an emergency first aid kit and a black molded cargo tray.

Like the Chicane, the 500X Mobe is powered by a 2.4-liter Tigershark MultiAir2 engine with a cat-back exhaust system.

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Fiat 500X Chicane & Mobe concepts unveiled