2013 SRT Viper decked up in Mopar accessories at SEMA
Production of all-new 2013 SRT Viper only begins next month but Mopar has already created 50 add-ons to make the crazy fifth-generation of the 640 hp, 814 Nm mid-front 8.4-liter V-10 engine, American built supercar go berzerk.
Mopar, which is celebrating 75 years of business, brought a stark yellow SRT Viper to the SEMA show, prepped with all the parts from the catalogue.
Owners of the Viper can choose to equip their cars with performance enhancements like a cross X-Brace in carbon-fibre for $3,175, a stainless steel cat-back exhaust system for $668, a stage 3 coilover suspension kit which is three-way adjustable for compression rebound and ride height for $5,995, Stoptech brake rotors front and back for $2,890, a racing exhaust system for $1,005 and performance Headers With J-Pipe for $3,495.
Other fancied mods include carbon-fibre coil covers for $880, industry-first wireless charging pad for $275, a sand-blasted pedal kit for $255, a machined with a carbon-fibre billet shift knob for $163, black leather shift knob for $158, door Sill Guards with Viper logo for $205 and SATIN STRETCH Lycra vehicle covers for $352.
Bulkhead satchel with an integrated quick-release camera mount, six-point safety harness, Katzkin Leather Interiors with embroideries, piping, two-tones, suede and a range of colors, are also available to order, but their prices have yet to be announced.