Mopar is showing two modified Ram 1500 trucks at the 2018 SEMA Show about to get underway in Las Vegas — one with a lift kit, the other lowered by the same amount.
The Ram 1500 Rebel is painted a custom neutral blue, called Rebel Smoke and is fitted with a Mopar lift kit that raises the ute 50mm to give it better clearance off road.
It’s fitted with one-piece cast-aluminium black Mopar off-road running boards, Mopar Satin Black 18-inch cast-aluminium beadlock wheels with body coloured wheel rings and wrapped with 35-inch Goodyear DuraTrac tyres.
Production wheel flares and Grey Metallic skid plates deliver an extra dose of off-road protection.
A concept performance bonnet covers the 5.7-litre HEMI V8, which has been boosted with a Mopar “Ram Airflow” cold-air intake system, stamped up with a RAM logo.
All vehicle badging is Grey Metallic.
The Ram 1500 Big Horn Low Down is Mopar-modified with slammed styling and unique, clean exterior flourishes.
Based on the Ram 1500 Big Horn, the concept features a custom “Brassphault” color palette and the upper body, including the Mopar conceptual performance hood, is custom Gloss Black.
The lower body is Billet Silver and a thin Brass Monkey stripe wraps around the Ram, serving as both an accent point and a dividing line.
All Ram and Big Horn exterior badging is coloured Gloss Black.
The Ram 1500 Low Down has been dropped 50mm with a prototype lowering kit, providing a more aggressive stance and appearance.