While most major manufacturers have a presences at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, Chrysler tends to go bigger than most. The Mopar aftermarket parts division traditionally shows up with a massive display and numerous vehicles. 2013 will be no exception, with Mopar promising to bring twenty vehicles to display in it 15,300 square-foot exhibit. Mopar's got customs for the street, the track and off-road, anything to tickle the fancy of any enthusiast.
Prior to the show, Mopar released vehicle sketches, giving us hints of what we can expect from at least four of the vehicles making the trip. Three of the group's newest vehicles are represented, as the images show a modified Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, a boldly painted Fiat 500L and a burly new Ram pickup. A gangster-grinning Chrysler 300 rounds out the group. We'll have the scoop on these four vehicles and the rest of Chrysler's display dreamcars as SEMA draws closer.