Dodge is shaking things up at this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas with the reveal of a Mopar® modified Dodge Durango with a first-ever shaker hood on a Dodge brand SUV. The concept vehicle retains the aggressive styling and capability of the Dodge Durango, and adds a custom-fabricated, functional Shaker hood embellished with matte-black graphic accents that run from the hood to the roof, in addition to other performance and style upgrades.
Dodge Durango Shaker // Performance and Capability
The custom Shaker hood looks and acts the part of a monster. It feeds a 6.4-liter HEMI® V8 that’s mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, with further upgrade courtesy of a functional Mopar cold-air intake. The unmistakable rumble of 392 cubic inches is delivered by customized chrome Mopar cat-back dual exhausts located in the center of the vehicle.
In addition, the Dodge Durango Shaker, dropped 3 inches closer to the street courtesy of a custom lowering kit, sits menacingly on concept Satin Black 22-inch x 10 1/2-inch Mopar wheels protected by custom fender flares. The crosshair grille is replaced with an open grille design for better breathing, and an aerodynamic Satin Black chin splitter projects out from the fascia. SRT® six-piston brakes and rotors, cooled by functional brake ducts in the front, rein in the Dodge Durango Shaker.
Dodge Durango Shaker // Exterior Style
The Dodge Durango Shaker looks the part of a vehicle that’s ready to roll into sin city. Exterior modifications on the Dodge Durango Shaker include Satin Black side sills, B5 Blue mirror caps and a B5 Blue custom rear spoiler that helps plant the Durango’s rear to the pavement. The Durango Shaker turns to a sibling from the Dodge brand lineup for a unique closing exterior touch — a custom Dodge Challenger fuel filler door, cut from the quarter panel of a Challenger and transplanted to the Durango.
Dodge Durango Shaker // Interior Details
The interior boasts three rows of Viper seats, trimmed in Katzkin leather with B5 Blue stitching. The performance flat-bottom steering wheel comes from a Dodge Charger SRT. The center console and entertainment center console bezels are also colored B5 Blue, and a unique console shifter replaces the standard rotary knob. Mopar accessories include remote start*, EVTS system, bright door sill guards, wireless charging, pedal kit and an emergency kit.
Mopar brand’s SEMA footprint includes 14 modified vehicles, 24 parts displays and hundreds of Mopar parts in a 15, 345-square-foot exhibit. In addition to the Dodge Durango Shaker, keep an eye out for the Dodge Shakedown Challenger.
Learn more about the full lineup of Dodge vehicles at dodge.com.
*Check state and local laws regarding use of remote start systems.