The Viper has been through finishing school, and it looks absolutely stunning. Not saying the previous Vipers were hard to look at, but daaaaamn.
Brighter, more natural picture:
Taken from everybodys favorite site: http://jalopnik.com/5899094/2013-srt...-snake-is-back
i do like it but something about the front end from certain angles looks a bit off. as if the portion beyond the front wheels is a little under proportioned for the car.
in my mind mounting the lights a little higher with a bigger grill opening and less hood vent would clean thing up and make it look a little less penis mobile.
looks much better with the race front end.
they should make sure thats in the in house mod catalog
Last edited by bwell01; 04-04-2012 at 03:05 PM.
I for one like it. It seems like a nice evolutionary design for the exterior. The interior is just an amazing improvement over the previous generations. For my money, this interior is far better than that of a 'Vette - but that's just basing the viper off these pictures (obviously). The C7 better have a higher quality interior to compete with this (cross fingers for CTS-V equivalent).
With all the updates and advanced materials, there is no way this is staying south of $100k. It seems like it might be a $120k car. Although it might be priced competatively against the ZR1.
If it were competing for my $100k, I think the Viper would win (assuming this is the type of vehicle I wanted).
Does anyone else see some hints of 456 in it, or am I imagining things?
Totally love it, this thing brings me back to my 6th grade 3-ring binder inserts!
The one thing I am not absolutely fapping over (and this is really reaching) is the integrated front splitter-thing. I think it'd look better if it were a little less, uhh, integrated.
Again, I flippin love it and am totally nitpicking here.
LOVE THE FRONT:
Grossed out by the front:
I don't know what it is but I need to see this car in person or in motion to really be able to tell...
Regarding my 'truck' hub comment: I'm aware they've always had six; I thought I recalled reading somewhere that the 92-93 used the same hubs as the 91-96 Dakota. Thus my jab at them being 'truck parts,' and the implication that they're still using the design today because perhaps it's a hub from somewhere else in Dodge's parts bin.
█ ♣ █....|....Rodboltus disintegratum spectacularus - DerSpiegel
Now: 2013 GLI • 2004 Dakota 4.7 4x4 • 2003 Mustang GT à la Vortech V3
Then: 2001 2.5RS • 1996 328is M-Sport • 2000 2.5RSTi • 1999 Mustang GT • 2002 IS300 5MT • 2002 RSX • 2006 Outback 2.5i