’16 Mopar Ram Rebel Is a SEMA Concept Truck That You Can Buy

FCA’s off-road-themed Ram Rebel gets a limited edition variant known as the ’16 Mopar Ram Rebel. More than a few trim pieces, the Mopar Ram Rebel will have a run of just 500 units. It’s marking the first time FCA bestowed a Mopar-modified option for one of its trucks. In case you are curious, the first vehicle to undergo the Mopar treatment was the Mopar ’10 Dodge Challenger.

The Mopar ’16 Ram Rebel will feature a limited production of just 500 vehicles, equipped with Mopar Custom Shop options.

Ram teased us with a customized Ram Rebel X concept truck that was unveiled in November, 2015 at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Rebel X showed the possibilities of how Mopar accessories can personalize your Ram Rebel. Now, Ram and Mopar are bringing a customized truck that is very similar to the concept to a participating dealer near you.

Check out the Rebel X unveiling here.

“We are excited to team up with our friends at the Ram Truck brand to offer the first limited-edition Mopar vehicle for full-size truck enthusiasts,” said Pietro Gorlier, Head of Parts and Service (Mopar), FCA – Global. “The already formidable Ram 1500 Rebel is a perfect canvas for unique Mopar accessories and performance parts developed to reinforce the rugged personality of the Rebel.”

A special Mopar blue-and-black graphic stripe accents both sides of the Mopar ’16, as well as the tailgate.

The upgrades for the ’16 Mopar Ram Rebel include:

  • 17-inch satin black wheels
  • Black front bumper skid-plate
  • Wheel flares
  • Serialized badge
  • Special Mopar graphics
  • (Dealer installed) Cat-back exhaust and cold air intake

Optional parts and accessories available at the dealership for the Mopar ’16 Ram Rebel include a cat-back exhaust system and cold air intake.

The ’16 Mopar Ram Rebel will be in dealerships this summer with an MSRP starting at $52,460.

Speaking of the Ram Rebel, check out this fun off-road mashup video.

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