Two Ram 1500 Concepts Unveiled By Mopar Ahead Of SEMA Debut

The 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas is only four days away, and automakers and tuners alike are making the final preparations for the event.

Mopar will display a total of 14 personalized rides, including the new Ram 1500 Rebel and 1500 Big Horn Low Down concepts, which were just unveiled online.

Painted in Rebel Smoke, a custom neutral blue shade, the Ram 1500 Rebel features a lot of extra parts from Mopar. These include the lift kit that raises the body by 2 inches (5.1 cm), additional lights, rear spare tire carrier, rear bed step, black spary-in bedliner, off-road running boards and wheel flares.

Mopar has also added Grey Metallic skid plates for better protection on arduous terrains, performance hood, Satin Black Rebel graphics, 5-inch gloss black exhaust tips, 8×18-inch cast-aluminum bedlock wheels with a Rebel Smoke look and 35-inch Goodyear DuraTrac tires, and Grey Metallic badging.

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Black dominates the cabin, giving it a special look compared to the stock red anodized Rebel trim. Completing the visual work are some more Mopar accessoris, including the brushed and polished door sill guards with the ‘RAM’ logo, pedal kit, wireless charging for mobile devices and all-weather mats.

Mopar says the 5.7-liter HEMI engine has been tuned to deliver additional performance with a cold-air intake system, although an exact number wasn’t provided.

The Ram 1500 Big Horn Low Down Concept comes with a two-tone look on the outside, combining Billet Silver with Gloss Black and a Brass Monkey stripe. All exterior badging is finished in gloss black, and the pickup truck features wheel flares, hard tonneau cover, 22-inch wheels and a lowering kit for a more aggressive stance.

Inside, Mopar has added brushed polished door sill guards with the RAM logo, conceptual bright pedal kit and all-weather mats, whereas the HEMI engine uses the same cold-air intake system as the 1500 Rebel concept.

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  • kachuks

    That low down doesn’t quite hit the mark. I’m sure the aftermarket will do a better job. And how massive are those wheel wells that even 22’s don’t look big enough?

  • TheBelltower

    What are they thinking? The Rebel is seriously trashy looking.

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