The new SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition has been unveiled officially at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Features include GTS paintwork and large, double racing stripes
17 August 2012

Chrysler’s Street and Racing (SRT) tuning arm has unveiled its new limited edition 2013 SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition model at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Finished in blue paint with large, double stripes over the supercar’s bonnet, roof and boot, the SRT Viper GTS is designed to 'evoke memories of past Viper launches' in 1996 and 2006. 

Further features include five-spoke polished alloys, plus ‘Stryker’ badging on the GTS’s bonnet and steering wheel. Inside the cabin, the new model features leather sports seats with contrasting stitching, flourishes of Alcantara and an individually numbered plaque; Chrysler remains tight-lipped about production numbers. 

Power for the SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition is courtesy of an 8.4-litre V10 unit, which produces 631bhp and 600lb ft of torque.

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17 August 2012

Do they not have Swedes in America?

17 August 2012

So what is under that xxx long bonnet?

19 August 2012

Please be aware the latest Dodge Vipers are still in production courtesy of Sergio Marchionne (Mr Fiat, for short), who now lives in Switzerland.... according to wikipedia. 

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