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With the SEMA show starting next month, Dodge revealed teaser sketches and a few choice details on the aftermarket-tweaked showgirls show trucks it plans to unveil. Two versions of the Nitro SUV are in the works, according to Edmunds Inside Line, one of which will have a Hemi beneath that box hood. The modified 5.7-liter V8 will be paired with a Tremec five-speed, Brembo brakes and 22-inch Alcoa wheels (can't wait). The paint job will be a black-purple metallic (also known as blackberry), with a two-tone interior in black and slate gray, with four bucket seats lifted from the its Viper sibling. The second Nitro will be an ersatz surf wagon, with a sliding load floor. Dodge was mum on its third show pony, a tricked out Challenger.

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IL Insider: Hemi-Powered Dodge Nitro Charges in to SEMA [Edmunds]

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