This is the Ram 329 Quick Silver, a new masterpiece developed by Chrysler Group for this year’s SEMA Show. Based on the standard 2011 Ram R/T, the car is powered by a 392 HEMI V8 engine borrowed from the SRT lineup and mated to the R/T’s 4.10 gear set and a high-stall converter.
Moreover, for additional performance, the Ram 392 Quick Silver features a cold-air intake kit and headers featuring an electronic exhaust cutout for maximum power and sound at the track.
Furthermore, we find a cat-back dual exhaust system as well as a new Brembo brake kit with 15-inch vented rotors and bright silver six-piston calipers in the front and rear.
Regarding the design, Mopar Underground installed a reverse deep-cowl aluminum hood design with functional heat extractors inspired by the Charger SRT8, a new Mopar body kit consisting of sill and box pieces, finished up with a chin spoiler.
For better handling, the car was lowered 2 inches and a new set of 22-inch wheels wrapped in high performance tires was added. Inside, the car features SRT seats covered in Katzkin with red stitching, a new set of Mopar pedals and door sills, as well as new Kicker speakers.