Home New Products Moses Ludel’s 4WD Mechanix Magazine – 2011 SEMA Show: Mopar Display in HD Video!

Moses Ludel’s 4WD Mechanix Magazine – 2011 SEMA Show: Mopar Display in HD Video!

by Moses Ludel
Jeep® and Ram Truck Accessories at Mopar® 2011 SEMA Show Display!

   HD Video: Chrysler Group’s Mopar® display at SEMA!           In the HD video (above), see the scope of Mopar® products offered and the innovations that Chrysler Group creates for new Jeep® and truck buyers. Jeep 4WD and Ram truck models have a substantial market share, creating a large demand for aftermarket accessories from Chrysler’s Jeep® Accessories, Ram Accessories and Mopar® Performance!  

Jeep Wrangler is an optimal vehicle for aftermarket upgrades and concept designs!

Jeep Accessories at the 2011 SEMA Show, Las Vegas, Nevada!

The Jeep Wrangler is the 2011 SEMA “Hottest 4×4/SUV”. Mopar® and Jeep®  Accessories have a host of products that complement the Jeep Wrangler, Ram trucks and other Chrysler Group models…The Fiat 500 also won the 2011 SEMA Award in its class! 

Ram truck is a potent off-road racing contender and hauler!

Dodge and Ram trucks have a legendary presence in off-road racing...The future is equally bright!

    The Mopar® display at the 2011 SEMA Show, Las Vegas, drew a huge crowd. These Mopar® products represent OEM quality coupled with forward-leaning concept vehicles and engineering.

A 6.4L Hemi V-8 in a Wrangler? What a great concept!

A Viper V-10 is the ultimate Chrysler performance engine and a focus of Mopar Performance.

  The Chrysler “hemi” V-8 has a long tradition of overpowering the competition! At the 2011 SEMA Show, Mopar rolled out the high horsepower engines, showcasing them before a discriminating crowd of performance enthusiasts!

Viper V-10 is the most formidable Chrysler engine in the lineup. For Mopar Performance buffs, this is the engine!

Imagine the horsepower potential of a Viper V-10 with Mopar Performance upgrades! Ram truck V-10s are another source of muscle.

     The Viper V-10 and its Ram truck counterpart share many features. Shown here is the all-out performance version of the Viper engine, featuring an aluminum block, heads and engine peripherals. Minimal weight offsets the number of cylinders; cylinder liners assure survival under racing conditions. This is Mopar muscle at its best, on display at the 2011 SEMA Show!

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