The candy-red truck is powered by a 5.9-liter Cummins diesel engine.
The Mopar Lowliner concept is a restomod 1968 Dodge D200 pickup created for SEMA 2019.
The truck's body has been smoothed and streamlined, and new LED lighting units have been fitted.
The truck's front axle has been pushed forward by three inches, giving it a longer wheelbase
The massive smoothie-style wheels are 9.5 inches wide up front with 285/25-22 tires and 11 inches wide at the rear with 325/35-22 tires.
Mopar fitted the rear-drive Lowliner with a 5.9-liter Cummins diesel engine and a six-speed manual, but hasn't given any details beyond that.
The wheel wells had to be widened by five inches each to fit the big wheels, and the floor of the truck bed had to be raised by six inches so the air suspension and fuel cell could be fitted.
The Lowliner's Candied Delmonico Red paint is accented by Dairy Cream-colored parts like the grille, bumpers, and wheels.
Cummins logos on the front fenders and the Dodge script at the rear have been painted on with a ghost effect.
The original bench seat has been reupholstered in distressed leather that also covers the door panels and headliner. The steering wheel is also the original unit.
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