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SEMA 2018: Mopar to unveil two Ram 1500 pick-ups

By Tristan Tancredi, 30 Oct 2018 News

SEMA 2018 Mopar Ram 1500 news

Rebel Concept and Big Horn Low Down Concept to take to the Mopar stand at SEMA.

TWO RAM 1500s fettled by Mopar will be unveiled at the 2018 SEMA Show, taking place in Las Vegas, USA, from October 30 to November 2.

The pick-ups will be on display at Mopar’s 15,345-square-foot exhibit in the Las Vegas Convention Centre, alongside 12 other vehicles and a range of the brand’s prototype parts and accessories.

“The SEMA Show is truly the greatest stage for our brand to demonstrate what owners and enthusiasts can create with a little imagination and a selection of Mopar parts and accessories,” said Steve Beahm, Head of Parts & Service (Mopar) and Passenger Car Brands, FCA (North America). “There is a method to our SEMA madness – we use this show as a venue to gauge enthusiast interest in prototype parts that may become production offerings in the future.”


THE Rebel Concept features a smorgasbord of Mopar kit – more than 200 parts and accessories, in fact – as well as select concept products.

For increased off-road prowess, a Mopar lift kit raises the RAM two inches closer to the clouds; while one-piece cast-aluminium running boards skirt both flanks.

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35-inch Goodyear DuraTrac rubber house Mopar Satin Black 18 x 8-inch cast aluminium beadlock wheels, which are all protected via production wheel flares and skid plates.

A Mopar “Ram Airflow” cold-air intake system gives the 5.7-litre HEMI extra kick, and the engine bay is covered by a Mopar performance hood.

Additional features include Ram/Mopar badging and graphics, LED lighting, RAM bar, rear spare tyre carrier, Mopar rear tray step and Mopar five-inch gloss black exhaust tips.


UNLIKE the off-road focused Rebel Concept, the Low Down has been built for street use – a prototype lowering kit drops it two inches closer to the tarmac. It also rides on 22-inch production wheels, which are covered with Mopar conceptual wheel flares.

However, like the Rebel Concept, the Low Down also gets a Mopar “Ram Airflow” cold-air intake system to aid the 5.7-litre HEMI donk.

In addition to the Mopar/RAM badging and custom colour palette – Gloss Black and Billet Silver – the Low Down gets a hard tonneau cover and five-inch exhaust tips.

Mopar’s SEMA press briefing will be streamed live at 10:20am AEDST. Watch it here: https://livestream.com/FCALive/MoparSEMA2018