According to reliable source oh2o, the 2014 SRT Viper will start production on July 2013, and run for one full calendar year, with higher than usual production planned. While the changes from model-year 2013 are unknown, other than the usual continuous quality improvements, oh2o did provide a preliminary, subject-to-change color list:
The 2013 Viper is rated at 640 horsepower with 600 foot-pounds of torque; it weighs 100 pounds less than the 2011 model, and has a substantially upgraded interior along with electronic goodies such as Launch Control. 2013-2014 Viper in depth.
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