Dodge preps four concepts for SEMA 2014

Dodge, in collaboration with Mopar, has modified four of its cars for the upcoming Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas.

Dart R/T Concept

A matt black and orange colour scheme, along with some well thought-out alterations, give the customised Dart a purposeful look.

Dodge Dart R/T Concept (2015) Front Side

Its unique elements comprise intake and extractor ducts for the bonnet, a larger front grille and a three-piece rear spoiler. Also fitted are numerous parts from the Mopar catalogue. These include larger brakes, coilover suspension, a front splitter and a rear diffuser.

Charger R/T Mopar Concept

This particular Charger, which is essentially a showcase for readily available Mopar components, features both mechanical and cosmetic enhancements.

Dodge Charger R/T Mopar Concept (2015) Front Side

An upgraded suspension set-up consists of a coilover kit, strut braces and anti-roll bars for both axles. There’s a cold air intake for the Hemi V8 engine, plus improved aerodynamics are promised by the rear spoiler, side skirts and front splitter.

Challenger T/A Concept

The Challenger is represented by the 1970s-inspired T/A Concept. Finished in a suitably retro Sublime Green paintjob with matt black accents, it gains a bonnet air scoop, a front splitter, 20” lightweight wheels and a rear spoiler.

Dodge Challenger T/A Concept (2015) Front Side

Inside, the rear bench is replaced by a roll-bar, while the carbon fibre front seats offer better lateral support. Also part of the spec are a pistol grip gear shifter, bespoke instruments and a flat-bottom steering wheel.

Viper ACR Concept

Designed primarily for track use, the ACR Concept boasts carbon ceramic brake discs with six-piston Brembo calipers that sit behind 19” wheels. Airflow management has clearly been a key focus, as the bodywork incorporates dive planes and an extended splitter at the front, a plethora of bonnet vents, cooling ducts for the differential and a massive rear wing.

Dodge Viper ACR Concept (2015) Front Side

The stripped-out interior is devoid of luxuries such as carpeting, an audio system and sound insulation. In their place is a mix of carbon fibre trim, race seats and Alcantara upholstery.

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