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Viper spy shot, new features

by David Zatz on

Although the skin is the same, Brendy Priddy & Company caught engineers from Fiat in Italy having a blast in what will become the 2013 Viper. Spy-wise, this mule is equipped with a Bilstein Sport button (offering drivers both a softer touring mode and a hot sport suspension), as well as adaptive cruise control on the steering wheel.

priddy viper spy shot

The 2013 Dodge Viper is said to be based on a Maserati platform which is said to have been based on the LX platform which was partly derived from Mercedes’ E-Class cars. However, the engine will remain a Chrysler V10, most likely tweaked by a specialist house, while many of the actual components are likely to be unique.

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