The two custom 500s will be the 500 Titanium, previewed here in this official teaser, as well as the 500 Carbon.
Importantly, the modifications shown on both cars will be available to the public via the Mopar catalog, which certainly can’t be said for many of the other concepts that will be on show at SEMA next week.
So what can we expect from Mopar for the 500?
Well, the 500 Titanium comes with a custom grille, revised front bumper, and glossy black paint scheme, as well as 16-inch wheels, a lowered suspension setup, uprated brakes, sporty side skirts, and door handles and mirror housing with a matte titanium finish.
Some performance modifications include a custom cold-air intake, high-flow exhaust, a strut-tower brace, and a large liftgate spoiler at the rear.
Inside, the Fiat 500 Titanium continues the athletic look with black leather trim highlighted by titanium look accents, sporty bucket seats, and black floor mats with a titanium look “500” logo.
As for the Fiat 500 Carbon, it’s based on the 2012 Fiat Sport model but gets a custom blue paint scheme, blackened exterior and interior appointments, a revised front bumper, 17-inch alloy wheels, and tinted glass.
Its performance modifications include lowered suspension, a strut-tower brace, a cold-air intake, and a high-flow exhaust system with a powder-coated carbon fiber tip.
Inside, there’s custom piping on the seats, more custom stitching on the sport-steering wheel, and black chrome adding detail to the cabin. The final touch is a carbon fiber highlighted instrument panel.
Stay tuned for the concept reveals when the 2011 SEMA show kicks off next week, but in the meantime follow our complete coverage of the event by clicking here.