Featuring a vibrant orange and satin-black color scheme, inside and out, this Dodge will certainly stand out in and amongst all the modified vehicles this year’s SEMA has to offer.
The orange paint scheme, painstakingly applied in four coats, is inspired by the bright finishes usually found on muscle cars. It’s contrasted with satin-black used for the roof, fascia accents and hood graphics, as well as blacked-out lighting and twin-spoke 22-inch forged alloy wheels.
To finish off the exterior, the 2011 Dodge Durango Tow Hook Concept wears a piano black split-crosshair grille. Some performance modifications include a custom mandrel bent exhaust system featuring Corsa components as well as a 25 mm reduced ride-height for a more aggressive stance and improved handling.
Inside, there are plenty of additional Mopar components including custom door sills, aluminum foot pedals, Katzkin leather trim, and an SRT steering wheel.
Note this isn’t the only wild Dodge Durango appearing at SEMA that we’ve reported on recently. Toyo Tires will also be presenting one, and you can actually enter a competition to win it.
The 2011 SEMA show doesn’t kick off until next week but in the meantime click here for our full coverage of the event.