Called Brass Monkey and Anodized Platinum, the packages, priced at an additional $995 and $1,095, respectively, can be ordered now and will begin arriving at Dodge dealers in the second quarter of this year.
Other unique Brass Monkey touches include a Gloss Black grille and exterior badge, as well as a monochromatic exterior treatment.
The Anodized Platinum appearance package, which can be ordered on the higher-level Durango Citadel, takes the heavy-metal theme up a notch with 20-inch Satin Carbon aluminum wheels and Platinum grille, exterior mirror caps, foglamp bezels, exterior badge, door handles and lower sills.
FCA seems to be on a metallic binge. As previously reported by Edmunds, special Alloy Editions of the 2016 Chrysler 200S and Chrysler 300S are also making an appearance at this year's Chicago auto show.
Edmunds says: Shoppers looking to spice up a new 2016 Durango will want to contact their Dodge dealer about the Brass Monkey and Anodized Platinum packages.