SRT Viper SEMA
The 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show "is the perfect place for us to showcase our vast portfolio of proven, quality-tested Mopar performance parts and accessories,” said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand. “We hope that show-goers look at each of these vehicles and get inspired to customize and accessorize their rides.”
The new 2013 SRT Viper isn’t just the ultimate super car. It’s also the ultimate super car for accessories and performance parts, thanks to Viper owners who love to customize their Snake. The “Moparized” 2013 SRT Viper is a showcase for what may be done with a little imagination and a lot of Mopar products.
The race-inspired, customized yellow SRT Viper utilizes many lightweight carbon fiber parts, including underhood, with an exposed carbon fiber performance cross X-Brace trimmed in a satin finish, with a decal-cut Viper “Stryker” logo in the center of the unique X-Brace. Due to its carbon fiber construction, the X-Brace is close to 50 percent lighter than the factory version, with the same strength and functional stiffness. The engine cover is also constructed of carbon fiber and aluminum, and emblazoned with the SRT logo, as is the prototype aluminum oil filler cap. Performance is also improved by a carbon fiber aero package, and for handling, Mopar coil springs aid in suspension performance.
The full black interior includes yellow accents throughout, offering subtle touches that bring the outside color to the inside. Sabelt hard-shell seats, which include a six-point safety harness, carry the yellow exterior color on the back. The seat edging is black Katzkin leather with yellow accents in the perforations, giving a subtle, tailored feel to the interior. Further touches are added with a Mopar billet aluminum shift knob and billet aluminum HVAC bezels and controls.
A fun and unique appointment is the carbon fiber bulkhead satchel, with a universal integrated quick-release camera mount, for owners who like to track their adventures with the security and convenience of a mounted camera inside the vehicle. The Viper is also modified with bright, polished chrome door-sill guards that carry the Viper logo and a race-inspired, sand-blasted aluminum Mopar bright pedal kit, with the Viper logo etched in the pedals. The footrest pedal also carries the “Stryker” logo, adding to the many surprising touches. Exterior upgrades include optional “Track Pack” wheels finished in hyperblack, a front tow hook and an LED fog lamp kit.
Source: Dodge press