With November finally here, it’s time for auto fans all over the country to gear up for the always-entertaining SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Easily the most comprehensive and respected automotive specialty products trade show in the U.S., SEMA devotes the entirety of its exhibition time to showing off what custom parts and performance add-ons can do for existing automobiles. Everything from Chrysler cars to new RAM trucks get the Mopar treatment for this show, and the results are almost always undeniably fantastic.

Obviously it’s impossible to know exactly what automakers have in store until the show is officially underway, but Mopar went ahead and released three teaser images ahead of time to give us a sense of what we all can expect later this week.

The first of those images included a custom 2016 Dodge Challenger which just so happens to feature a badge on the back end that reads “GT AWD,” suggesting that this beloved Dodge model will soon be even more fun to drive thanks to a new all-wheel drive system. The Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 share a platform with the Challenger and also offer all-wheel drive, so it’s a natural development, but beyond that we don’t know what Mopar has in store for the Challenger.

The 300 was teased in an image, too, with new LED accent lighting and what looks like a matte paint job. Finally, the third image reveals a bright orange 2016 RAM 1500, which looks a lot like the Rebel iteration of the truck that already has generated so much buzz.

We’re so excited to see the rest of the vehicles teased in these images, and we know that Mopar will do great things for their performance and appearance (not that they needed much help in the first place!)