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The 2014 SRT Viper bold and brash, but it's also modern and race-inspired--and it's up to you to love or hate it.
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Smoother in shape yet still containing more air ducts than an HVAC contractor's van, the new Viper retains the familiar shape but it is now formed with a host of weight-saving carbon-fiber body panels giving it a new attitude and a fresh look all its own.

The aggressive styling of the bodywork pays homage to the original Viper GTS Coupe (circa 1996), but is fresh and modern with bi-xenon HID headlamps (LED running lights) and diode-based illumination for the brakes and blinkers.

The exterior also reveals a few panel gaps that could swallow a finger whole, a somewhat charming reminder that this supercar isn’t just engineered by a Detroit automaker, it’s also made in Detroit.
Automobile Magazine

If automobiles are costumes, Viper owners are attending life's masquerade dressed as randy jesters.
Wall Street Journal

A long hood, deep side sills and muscular curves help make the 2013 SRT Viper appear menacing even when parked.
Kelley Blue Book

With an all-new look that still unequivocally says "Viper," the 2014 SRT Viper looks as brutal and extreme as it drives.

Swollen fenders mark the boundaries of the swooping, curving, vented shape. A long, low hood and slightly bulbous canopy give the 2014 Viper classic proportions, but the details are all 21st-Century stuff, inspired by racing, just as the car itself is.

Inside, the aesthetics have seen a major upgrade from the previous-generation Viper. New for 2013, the 2014 model sees no real updates to its design, but that's fine by Viper shoppers: the interior for the newest Viper is quite nice.

In GTS models, Nappa leather and Alcantara inserts give a luxurious look, while metal-finish trim, available carbon fiber accents, and the more modern, but still race-inspired shape of the cabin work together to elevate the Viper from its former just-above-kit-car status into the realms of the attractive, if not quite the beautiful.


The 2014 SRT Viper bold and brash, but it's also modern and race-inspired--and it's up to you to love or hate it.

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