2013 SRT Viper Teased Again Before Official New York Debut
After months of speculation, spy shots, a leaked Hot Wheel toy car variant here and there, and a few teaser shots of their own, the 2013 SRT Viper is set to make its official world debut this Wednesday at the 2012 New York International Auto Show. However, just in case you can't wait two more days, the folks over at Chrysler's Street and Racing Technology division have released yet another teaser image. This time around, a little more of the new snake can be seen...but still not much. Only days earlier, SRT appeared to have gotten antsy and revealed a teaser image of the highly anticipated and all-new interior, albeit a very dark one. The latest teaser photo shows off the all-new Viper's head-on view. While not a whole lot can be taken away from the latest teaser image, it's evident that the Viper will have side-view mirrors, a windshield, and a hood with a few new crinkles in it. The new "Stryker" badge can also be seen through the aforementioned darkness as its silver-coloring is contrasted off the black background. All other details remain a mystery until the official unveil this coming Wednesday. The Viper is all-new for the 2013 model year and it will be the flagship vehicle of Chrysler's newly-formed SRT division. While not much is known about the new Viper the interior is believed to be of a much higher quality than anything previously seen in Chrysler's super exotic car. Rumors have been swirling around pointing to a new V-10 engine with more than 600 horsepower but nothing has been confirmed by Chrysler yet. One new feature that we can confirm is that, for the first time in its two decades of existence, the Viper will come standard with electronic stability control. Starting this year, all vehicles sold here in the United States are required, by law, to come standard with stability control. While you'll have to wait until Wednesday to see the all-new 2013 SRT Viper in all of its sheet metal glory, we've compiled all of the teaser shots released by SRT to date below. Source: DriveSRT
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