"We will be making the cabinet unit with custom graphics shown at Detroit and Chicago available for sale prior to start of the Chicago auto show," says Chrysler spokesperson Pat Caporoli. "We are still flushing out pricing, but it will be made available through our wearmopar.com website."
The cabinets feature splashy graphics with the Mopar logo, and inset work areas.
Chrysler will also build a 1,015 sq.ft. garage to house its automobile customization products, with 300 Mopar parts and accessories. (The name mopar is a contration of Motor and Parts and stands for Chrysler Group's service, parts and customer-care brand) parts and accessories.
Housing a 2013 Dodge SRT Viper, the garage will also display a full line of Mopar custom, commercial-grade cabinetry and toolboxes. Dodge Darts and Fiat 50s will be parked nearby.
"In Chicago, we want to give show-goers an idea of how they can personalize and accessorize some of our new vehicles and furnish their garage in full Mopar style," said Pietro Gorlier, CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group's service, parts and customer-care brand.