Chrysler has made public its plans for the SEMA show. The company will be introducing 35 vehicles – including the 2011 Challenger SRT8 392, the RedLine Charger, the Citadel Black & Tan concept and several Jeep Cherokees.
Dodge’s 2011 Challenger SRT8 392 has the benefit of a revised styling and now possesses a new 6.4-liter HEMI V8 with 470 hp (350 kW / 477 PS) and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm) of torque. Sources have confirmed that the engine will have a variable intake manifold, multi-cylinder deactivation, and VVT technology.
These changes make the new SRT8 15-20% more fuel-efficient than its predecessor. Dodge will also be displaying the RedLine Charger, which has a lowered suspension, an aluminum hood, a carbon fiber front lip spoiler, and 22-inch ‘Super Alloy’ wheels.
It has a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 with a cold-air intake system in place and a new exhaust system.
Dodge will also be showcasing the Citadel Black & Tan concept in an effort to promote the Durango. This vehicle has an exclusive grille, polished stainless steel exhaust tips, a lowered suspension, and 22-inch alloy wheels.
From Jeep comes the Wrangler Sahara Mopar Edition with its 35-inch tires, steel bumpers, and a Warn winch. A more luxurious Jeep is the Jeep Grand Cherokee Off-Road Edition, which will also be shown.
This one has a lifted suspension, skid plates, rock rails, tow hooks, and 33-inch BFG Mud-Terrain tires. Also on display will be the Jeep Street Cherokee, which has a 5.7-liter HEMI V8, a custom lower front fascia, blacked-out headlamps, and 22-inch alloy wheels.
Fiat’s very first showing at SEMA will be a 500 concept with an aerodynamic body kit, a lowered suspension, and 18-inch Alcoa wheels.