Chrysler Plans To Bring Mopar-Modified Models to SEMA

The annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas is just a few weeks away. It's always interesting to see what different automakers bring to shows throughout the year. Recently, we found out that Chrysler will largely be featuring Mopar-modified models at the SEMA show this year.

Mopar is the service, parts, and customer care partnership between the Chrysler Group and FIAT. Globally, the Mopar brand spans across 130 markets, providing over 500,000 parts and accessories to Chrysler drivers.

The Chrysler Group will have 20 Mopar-modified vehicles displayed at their 15,300 square-foot exhibit in the Las Vegas Convention Center. The models will demonstrate the endless possibilities of aftermarket customization on a variety of new Chrysler models, including new, specialized SRT vehicles.

Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar comments, "With catalogs full of proven, quality-tested performance parts and accessories, Mopar is a one-stop shop for factory-engineered personalization."1

Discover how you can use Mopar parts and accessories to modify your vehicle to your style by visiting the official Mopar website: You can also reach out to the Berthod Motors team by stopping by 400 27th Street in Glenwood Springs, Colorado at your convenience.

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