Dodge Urban Ram concept gets tricked out with HEMI V8 for SEMA Show


Chrysler latest additional modified vehicle to the SEMA Show is the Dodge Urban Ram concept, which is based on the 2013 Dodge Ram 1500. For those yearning for more power in the Dodge Ram 1500, this is the opportunity to ask one. As we know, most of these upgrades can be had through Mopar later on.

The Dodge Urban Ram got a big boost of power with the 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine. To compliment the big engine’s breathing power, Mopar also added new headers, a cold air-intake, and a performance dual exhaust system. In addition, a revised suspension system needed to stabilize the power to the payment, and for stopping power, new larger rotors and brake calipers are added as well. Really too bad, Mopar didn’t specify the total power output from these performance upgrades. Inquiring minds want to know, what gives Mopar?

Performance is just half of the modification for vehicles at the SEMA Show. SEMA cars need to go fast and look good too, so Mopar added a few styling upgrades to this customized pickup truck. The Dodge Urban Ram gets a new fresh coat of “Modern Blude” paint with blue stripe and a Mopar logo emblazoned along the hood. Best of all is the new body kit, which we like a lot, gives an aggressive stance to this pickup truck. And of course, a new set of 22-inch R/T wheels painted in black to finish up the exterior modification.

Other minor features in the Dodge Urban Ram pickup truck include a fiberglass tonneau cover, bed rug, chrome exhaust tips, bed ambient lighting, and Mopar design badge.