2013 SRT Viper Car Concept features a few advanced technological enhancements more than the standard car. Even though some may state they detract from the Viper’s raw, simple figure. GTS upgrades include a two-mode lively suspension system, and extra interior comforts – such as comprehensive leather upholstery, an upgraded audio method, and electric seats – almost all lacking in the standard car. Aside from the power and technological upgrades above the previous car, the 2013 Viper is also equipped with a chassis which can be said to be any full 50 per cent more rigid than its predecessor – mainly because of the massive aluminium “X” brace which spans the engine. Stability along with traction control systems come as standard, despite the fact that both can be turned away from completely if required. Four-piston Brembo brakes with fixed-aluminum calipers, and vented rotors with a diameter regarding 355 mm by 32 mm, are employed at all four corners. The accessible SRT Track Package features lightweight and slotted two-piece rotors coming from StopTech.
On the inside, the 2013 SRT Viper is more luxurious and refined compared to before. Standard high-performance racing seats from Sabelt feature any lightweight Kevlar/fiberglass shell. The seating position is actually 20mm lower than just before, and seat travel has been extended simply by 90 mm overall, allowing for a lot more storage space behind. The instrument cluster has been specifically designed for the vehicle, and it features any 7-inch full color customizable display. In the center console is an 8.4 inch touchscreen which controls the infotainment system. Stylewise, the 2013 SRT Viper takes plenty of inspiration from its father and grandfather. Even though there’s still plenty of brand new stuff to ogle. Personally I appreciate the return to bulging muscular metalwork over your previous generation’s more angular lines.
Ralph Gilles, President and CEO of SRT says:
“The SRT Viper model is meant to offer a perfect blend of extreme performance and a deliberate preservation of what has become the iconic DNA of the Viper. We strove to deliver a supercar that continues to bring the driver as close as possible to the machine.”