FCA is an interesting brand to talk about as they are really just a collection of brands rather than one company and because of that their presence at SEMA was rather odd. First off, SEMA has always had a large truck and off-road section in the upper section of South Hall which typically had many Jeeps, especially the Wrangler, Dodge pickup trucks and and custom built rigs that incorporated other FCA brands but in the past they were all their own companies and brands. Since the FCA take over it has been a bit odd because those cars and trucks are all still there but now they all fall under the FCA umbrella and there is not a booth for their individual brands but rather just one large one for FCA. It is odd to me because I see FCA as FIAT primarily but the FCA booth was basically a display of Jeep models and a few Dodge (heavy on the Mopar side) performance cars such as Hellcat variants with little to no visibility of FIAT itself. Any who, I’m not really a fan of almost any cars that fall under the FCA brand or trucks for that matter so the majority of my coverage was around the only model that really interests me and that is the Jeep Wrangler and its Gladiator variant. With that said, enjoy the photos.
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