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Viper options revealed

by David Zatz on

Documents sent to Allpar reveal that the next-generation Viper will have numerous options, including a choice of polished aluminum or “Rattler Matte Painted Aluminum” wheels. Colors are black, “adrenaline” red, or shadow blue pearl. The standard stereo is a nine-speaker setup.

Inside, standard seats are fabric, with optional Nappa leather and suede coverings; six-way manual adjusters are standard. Colors are black, red, and tan. Red three-point belts are optional.

Other options include the painted dual racing stripes (under the clearcoat); Viper-embroidered floor mats; Sabvelt Nappa leather seats; a 12-speaker premium audio system with four subwoofers and Logic 7 surround sound; an 18-speaker, 32-volt system with the four subwoofers and Logic 7; and carbon fiber interior and exterior styling groups.

There are two major option packages:

  • SRT Touring Package, with an interior cup holder insert, rear backup camera, upgraded Uconnect Media Center R4, 8.4 inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth phone and streaming audio, satellite radio with traffic and Travel Link, HD radio tuner, 3D graphics navigation with voice control, and embedded cellular connection for new services and downloadable applications.
  • SRT Track Package, with StopTech, slotted vented lightweight two piece rotors, black lightweight wheels, and revised tires: Pirelli P Zero Corse soft compound non-run-flat, 275/35ZR18 up front,  355/30ZR19 in back.

Viper GTS has more wheel choices, with five or six spoke wheels in polished aluminum, matte or glossy black, or painted pockets. Colors are the same as standard Viper, plus black, white, Stryker red tinted pearl, gunmetal, and GTS blue.  Inside, six-way power seats are standard, with leather and suede as the starting point and Sabelt SRT Laguna Premium leather optional; the normal seats are black, tan, or red, while Sabelts are black or sepia. Red three-point belts are optional.

Other options are the dual racing stripes in black, gunmetal, or silver; carbon fiber clamshell hood with six air extractors and center air intake; and carbon fiber interior and exterior groups. A 13-speaker stereo is standard, with an optional 18-speaker, 32-volt system (as described earlier).

The SRT Touring and Track packages appear to be the same as with the standard Viper. There is also an SRT Track Package with matte-black wheels, which appears to be otherwise identical to the Track package.

Thanks to our source, who prefers to remain anonymous.

David Zatz founded Allpar in 1998 (based on a site he had begun in 1993-94), after years of writing reviews for retail trades. He has been quoted by the New York Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Detroit News, and USA Today. Before making Allpar a full-time career, he was a consultant in organizational psychology. You can reach him by using our contact form (much preferred) or by calling (313) 766-2304

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