Just in time to kick off the new year, Mopar has unveiled a range of accessories for the latest editions to the Chrysler lineup in 2011. Making their debut next week at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show, the ‘Moparized’ lineup of vehicles will include everything from a Ram pickup truck to a pint-sized Fiat 500.

In fact, there will be something in each brand display for Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram, with over 100 Mopar accessories and performance parts on show. Fully customized vehicles will include the Chrysler 200, Dodge Durango, Fiat 500, Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty: Black Ops Edition, and the Ram Outdoorsman.

Also in the Ram display will be Mopar’s Ram Runner package, which was first shown at the 2010 Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah and goes into production in March. It is essentially a Ram pickup with reinforced suspension, new bumpers and hood, a cold air intake and high flow sports exhaust.

Of more interest is the modified Fiat 500, which gets a host of carbon fiber accessories, Katzkin leather trim, chrome accents and a strut tower brace.

Finally, there’s the new Chrysler 200 Super S. Mopar has lowered the car three inches and created its own interpretation of the Chrysler 200 while adding the following accessories: glossy black highlights, a vented hood and chin spoiler, 19 inch wheels, and Katzkin leather trim. To finish it off, there’s also a Mopar ghost decal on the car’s profile.

Stay tuned for our live updates direct from the 2011 Detroit Auto Show floor next week. In the meantime, click here to check out our full coverage.

[Chrysler, Mopar]