Unveiled Chrysler's 2013 SRT Viper
Sports car enthusiasts will certainly have something to talk about and look forward to for 2013. As with many other car manufacturers, Chrysler has put the pedal to the metal in an effort to compete with other retailers and what they have come up with is surely noteworthy. 2013 SRT Viper unveiled at the New York International Auto Show was beyond all expectations!
The 2013 SRT Viper will definitely be memorable, from its sleek appearance to its price tag. Those who are concerned with other things such as what is under the hood will also be pleased. Recently, the chairman of Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo was interviewed and quoted as saying that this make and model is unique and suspects that it will be in high demand upon release. Pretty impressive already, isn't it?
In essence the SRT Viper is a revamped model of the previous Dodge Viper but with bells and whistles. Chrysler has refined or fine tuned the entire interior, added many features for those who love to fidget with gadgets and put a lot of horse power under its hood. Their latest venture quips 640 horse power and a 600 pound torque-the latter the most of any other vehicle present on the market. One may think that with increased engine power, this sports car would increase in weight, but that is not the case and in fact, this new model is approximately 100 pounds lighter.
Improvements in the cars maintenance and manufacturing have also improved the vehicle’s performance and overall stability. Chrysler also spared nothing when it comes to interior design. With a roomy cockpit like console, it includes HVAC outlets, window switch bezels and triple paint finished Gun Metal appliqués which adds to the luxurious look that car enthusiasts will admire.
Those fortunate enough to be able to afford the 2013 SRT Viper will have their pick of additional personalized and customized options as well such as digital speedometers and rocking stereo systems that are beyond enviable.
Although official prices of this model have not been released it is expected to run around $95,000 for a base model and upwards of $100,000 with specified or customized options.