2013 SRT Viper Adrenaline Red at Carl Burgers Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM SRT World Serial #100008
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It's not a car, it's a lifestyle. The first time you drive one you'll learn what SRT® Viper owners already know. It's a consuming passion. You'll find yourself standing in the garage just staring at it. Your eyes follow the curves and character lines right into the driver's seat again. So you drive. And the world seems right again. The 2013 SRT® Viper combines classic beauty with enough modern flair to start your love affair anew. Bodywork on the Viper more closely hugs what lies beneath to look more compact and purposeful, while evolving the classic Viper form. The side "gill" shape inspired by the original Viper RT/10® remains a focal point. The new roofline is longer, tapers more toward the rear, and the fenders have broader shoulders and a much more aggressive racecar look. Classic colors and stripes lead back to quick-firing LED tail lamps masked by dark-tinted snakeskin lenses. It's love at first bite. The legendary SRT® Viper is back with enough raw emotion and power that it will capture your soul.
The newly updated V-10 engine produces a heart-pumping 640 horsepower at 6,150 rpm and 600 pound-feet of torque at 4,950 rpm, the most of any naturally aspirated sports car in the world.
The venerable Tremec TR6060 close-ratio six-speed manual transmission is standard on both the SRT Viper and SRT Viper GTS with closer gear ratios for better response. Shift throws have been reduced by 12.5 percent to improve performance, and a final-drive gear ratio of 3.55 to 1 produces new levels of top-speed performance. The 2013 SRT® Viper is leaner, meaner and powers through corners with the precision of, well, a snake. Viper keeps a near-perfect 50/50 weight balance front to back and features a new, lighter and stiffer space-frame structure.
Stability control is a first on Viper allowing full "on" or "off" of the Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) and Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) systems. SRT Viper produces sledgehammer launches with new standard steering-wheel-mounted launch control. Maximum acceleration with the push of a button.
Performance coil springs, gas-charged, aluminum-body Bilstein® monotube dampers and tubular stabilizer bars front and rear complete the race-inspired suspension system. SRT® Viper is equipped with an ultra high-performance braking system worthy of any track. Engineered using 14-inch (355 mm) vented rotors front and rear and industry-leading Brembo® four-piston calipers all around, SRT Viper delivers shorter stopping distances, better brake modulation, firmer pedal feel and less brake fade than other supercars.
The optional "Track Package" features StopTech two-piece rotors that reduce weight by one-third and feature a billet aluminum "AeroHat" design and curved vanes for improved cooling at high speeds. Slip inside SRT® Viper and let your senses run wild. The new Viper has the most finely detailed interior in Viper history. Using high-grade materials and surfaces in a contemporary and spacious driver-focused environment, the SRT Viper and Viper GTS interiors provide comfort and luxury to the max.
Premium touch points include hand-cut, sewn and wrapped leather and soft organic grain vinyl throughout, including the leather-wrapped steering wheel unique to the species. The triple-paint-finished gun metal appliques on bezels, color accents in the seats, doors and air outlets and matching color stitching on the instrument panel, doors, console, steering wheel and grab handle all add to the breathtaking interior. Sabelt race-inspired seats surround you. While state-of-the-art electronics stare you down, including an 8.4-inch color touch-screen, a 7-inch LED-backlit TFT electronic vehicle information display (EVIC) provides performance-oriented feedback to the driver.
Let the romance begin.
TWO! 2013 Lotus Exige S V6 in USA - Startup, Revv, and Track Action!
In this video, I show 2 brand new Lotus Exige S's in the States. These are incredibly rare non street legal track machines. The Red Exige is 1 of 1 in the states and is build #2 for the states! The white one is build #6 in the most popular color for the car! Both are fantastic looking and sounding cars! The red one has already been out to a track day and asserted its dominance as a Lotus. Both of these cars will be out on track this summer at my local track. Stay tuned for GoPro footage, on track footage, and so much more from these 2 awesome machines!
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► 2013 SRT Viper - The Return of the Snake [HD]
The performance numbers that have been synonymous with Viper throughout its history continue with the all-new 2013 SRT Viper models:
Top speed = 206 mph
0-60 mph acceleration = low 3-second range
Quarter-mile elapsed time = mid 11-second range
0-100-0 mph elapsed time = less than 12 seconds
Braking distance from 60-0 mph = 106 feet
Coefficient of drag (Cd) = .369
Manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the 2013 SRT Viper model is $97,395 (excluding $1,995 destination), while MSRP for the 2013 SRT Viper GTS model is $120,395 (excluding $1,995 destination).
Dodge SRT Viper GTS 2013
Dodge SRT Viper GTS 2013
The new generation SRT Viper was rumored and teased for a good amount of time, building up the suspense for the new design and powerful engine. Now, it's finally here, bringing its new look and ditching the Dodge title in the process.
The new SRT Viper has received an all-new, timeless exterior design with a new carbon-fiber hood, roof, decklid, and aluminum door panels. As a first, the Viper will be offered with LED taillamps that integrate stop-and-turn illumination in one element.
Under the hood, the new Viper features a new 8.4-liter all-aluminum, V-10 overhead-valve engine that will deliver a total of 640 HP and 600 lb-ft (814 Nm)/5000 rpm. From 0 to 100 km/h - 3.2 sec, maximum speed - 330 km/h.The new engine will be mated to an improved Tremec TR6060 six-speed manual transmission.
For the new generation, the Viper will be offered in two different versions: standard and GTS. The GTS will offer more technologically advanced solutions, like two-mode active suspension for those clients who want to enjoy it on the race track.
SPEED TV's Test Drive: 2013 SRT Viper
Tommy Kendall and Michael Andretti put the 2013 SRT Viper through the paces on the track at Road Atlanta. Also on this episode of SPEED Test Drive, Ralph Gilles, President and CEO of SRT, chatted about the inspiration behind the SRT Viper and the design process and elements.
Find out more about the 2013 SRT Viper at http://www.driveSRT.com
FIRST 2013 SRT Viper DRAG RACING! 1080p
Vodeezz coming at you with what is believed to be the FIRST 2013 SRT Viper to be taken down the quarter mile! This car is a factory-derived test Viper and was down at Palm Beach International Raceway to test out various launches and try to get the best times in the quarter mile (1320feet). The best pass of the day (pass in the video) was an 11.30 @ 126.03MPH! Crazy stuff! The car was outfitted with Mickey Thompson drag radials for better traction on the track, but other than that it was COMPLETELY STOCK! Enjoy this beast! -Evio
Shot with a Sony HDR-CX560V!
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2013 SRT Viper meets Shinedown
A compilation thrown together to pay tribute to the continuation of a legend. No not Shinedown, the SRT Viper. The Viper was cancelled in 2010 with no concrete evidence of later production. Clearly it's back. So here's a video to commemorate the Gen V and those who came before it. Enjoy.
Music: Shinedown - Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay-Boom-Lay Boom)
2013 SRT Viper tears up the race track
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 SRT Viper is at home on the race track. In fact the new SRT and GTS Viper is really a race car in civilian clothing. Welcome to TFLcar's Viper week. For the next 5 days we'll be featuring a new Viper video every day. Today we continue with a video of the Viper doing what it does best....tearing up the Sonoma Raceway in the hands of Ralph Gilles...the CEO and President of the newly minted SRT Brand. The new Viper is Ralph's baby. He was intimately involved in the new car's design and creation. In this video he talks about what makes the new Viper such an American supercar classic and perhaps most interestingly he reveals the newest generation of Viper will also get an automatic transmission during the life of the car.