View Thread: The cars of SEMA - Chrysler/Dodge

Chrysler PT Coupe Concept:
Under the hood is a 235 horsepower 2.4-liter high-output turbocharged engine, enhanced with the Mopar Stage 1 turbo upgrade. Additional performance enhancements include a Borla dual tip exhaust, and two-piston caliper performance brakes from StopTech High Performance Brake Systems. (Information provided by Chrysler)

Dodge SRT-4 Extreme:
Extensive use of lightweight carbon fiber and composite parts has reduced the weight of the Dodge SRT-4 dramatically - by an estimated 500 pounds compared to the production SRT-4. As the ultimate sport compact "tuner" vehicle, the SRT-4 Extreme features a prototype edition of a potential future Mopar Performance turbo upgrade kit, a dramatically lowered ride height provided by a Mopar Stage 3 coilover suspension kit, and an impressive list of brand name performance parts -- including a Mopar short-throw shifter, a Mopar blow-off valve kit, a Borla catalyst-delete resonator, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup race tires, a brake kit from StopTech, SSR semi-solid forged wheels, a six-point harness from TeamTech, Recaro race seats and a Moroso detachable steering wheel -- that make this car the performance enthusiast's dream. There's no mistaking the SRT-4 Extreme. Equipped with a subtle body kit, it features a subtle bright silver metallic exterior, with a lightweight carbon fiber hood, deck lid, front and rear fascias and door assemblies. The intentionally minimal interior -- making the car suitable for potential Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) or private racing venues - includes competition seats and harnesses and a welded-in roll cage.

Dodge Viper SRT-10 Carbon:
"More of everything - except weight!" was the theme in designing the Viper SRT-10 Carbon. Measurable weight savings - it weighs approximately 150 lbs. less than the production Viper SRT-10 - was recognized thanks to an aggressive, clear-coated carbon fiber hood (with radiator exit louvers and openings for cowl induction) and deck lid (featuring a built-in spoiler that increases rear downforce), and the debut of ultra-lightweight Street and Racing Technology (SRT) 18- and 19-inch forged aluminum wheels. A clear-coated, lightweight carbon fiber front splitter increases front downforce. A custom carbon fiber bolt-on hard top is featured, providing a coupe appearance. Other ingredients in the recipe that make the Viper SRT-10 Carbon the performance enthusiasts' fantasy car are a special version of the 8.3-liter Viper V-10 engine -- with individual runners, cowl induction, a 10 throttle body intake with aluminum velocity stacks, oversized intake and exhaust valves and modified cylinder heads resulting in 625 horsepower -- as well as a high-tech suspension featuring compression and rebound tunable shocks with adjustable ride height, titanium high-rate springs and high-rate anti-roll bars. The Viper Competition Coupe race car parts bin provides a high torque bias racing limited-slip differential, differential oil cooler, racing seats and competition harnesses.

Here's some sweet photos courtesy

This looks different than the SRT-4 above. More ricey.

This looks different than the SRT-4 above. More ricey.

I don't like it

Ewwwwwww! NASTY!!!! The first Neon I like, this.... this is a ricer mobile :bat: