The North American based automotive giant Chrysler has recently announced that 90 percent of Viper buyers are choosing the GTS version.
Big surprise for SRT and Chrysler’s most expensive product up to date, the new generation of the Viper, because most buyers are ordering the GTS version. According to the car manufacturer, the base price of the regular Viper, which is set at 99,390 USD, isn’t getting the rearview camera, the Viper floor mats and it’s coming with the nine-speaker sound system instead of the 12-speaker system found on the GTS, and these items are apparently a “must” for new Viper buyers.
SRT says that all Vipers are coming with the company’s 8.4-inch touch screen, the navigation, which is extra, and the six-way manual seats aren’t getting the Alcantara or leather of the GTS model. The standard version is coming with black instead of red brake calipers and the stability control and suspension systems are less advanced. All 2013 SRT Vipers are powered by an 8.4 liter V10 engine, which is producing a total output of 640 HP and it has a peak torque of 600 lb-ft, mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The cheapest Viper costs 99,930 USD and the Viper GTS is priced at 122,390 USD.