The Jeep Wrangler has been named the Hottest 4×4-SUV of the SEMA show for the seventh consecutive year, while the Dodge Charger has been named the ‘Hottest Sedan’ of the show for the first time ever.
Head of Mopar parts and service attended a breakfast ceremony this morning to accept the two SEMA awards. This year Mopar brought both a modified Jeep Wrangler dubbed the CJ66 to the SEMA show along with customized versions of the charger sedan – all of which are on display at its 15,345-square-foot exhibit.
“The SEMA Show and SEMA members play a critical role in identifying the hottest trends and rides in the vehicle customization industry, which is why winning a SEMA Award represents an important recognition for our company,” Gorlier said in a statement. “Enthusiasts customize vehicles they love and feel passionate about, and we at Mopar are lucky to have such a great portfolio of vehicles within the FCA umbrella. FCA vehicles are the perfect canvas for our accessories and performance parts.”
The Wrangler is one of the most widely modified vehicles, with the majority of owners making at least one modification to their ride, often with a Mopar accessory or part. U.S. customers spent more than $850 on average personalizing their vehicle in 2015, up from $700 in 2015.