The features list of the Viper used to be a rather short affair: you simply couldn't get much in the way of interesting equipment, despite the plethora of special editions.
For the 2014 model, the Viper carries forward the innovations launched with the new generation of the Viper in 2013, including the 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen infotainment system, available in two flavors. The base Uconnect Media Center system includes Bluetooth phone and streaming audio; SiriusXM Radio; embedded cellular connection; and a rear backup camera display, as well as being navigation-ready. The premium version of the system adds navigation; traffic information; 3D maps; voice destination entry; HD radio; and more. A standard media hub gives all Vipers access to USB, SD cards, and auxiliary input.
A high-speed data connection allows for cloud-based voice recognition, web connectivity through Yelp and other apps, and stolen vehicle tracking services.
A Harman Kardon surround sound system is also available, bringing with it seven channels of audio through 18 speakers, including four subwoofers, all plumbed to its own power supply.
SiriusXM Travel Link, available with the premium Uconnect system, brings live traffic, accident, and other commuter information to the car.
All Vipers get a seven-inch full-color, customizable instrument cluster, allowing different performance metrics or gauges to be displayed at the driver's preference. The system can also measure and display various performance stats, including 0-60-mph runs, quarter-mile times, braking distance, g-force measurements, and top speed runs.
A range of optional wheel styles, interior materials, and exterior color schemes is available for each trim package, too. Carbon fiber interior and exterior accents and more aggressive aerodynamics are available in a range of packages offered on either model, though the Laguna Interior (with Laguna premium leather) and Anodized Carbon Edition packages can only be ordered on GTS models.