Has The 2013 SRT Viper Been Leaked Again?

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The 2013 SRT Viper has been revealed. Click here for all the official details.

We know. This is still only a die-cast Hot Wheels model, one ostensibly based on the upcoming 2013 SRT Viper.

However, it does feature many of the details we’ve seen in previous official teasers, meaning it might just be the best look yet at the upcoming supercar.

Some of the design elements of the die-cast model that appear faithful to the lines seen in the official teasers include the dual-hump roof design, prominent circular rings in the headlights, and the new hood scoop, Autoblog points out.

The rear appears to be missing much of its final details though we can clearly see an updated design, with more elongated tail-lamps, a not-so-subtle bootlid spoiler, and an aggressive rear diffuser.

As for its accuracy, even as a toy it stands to reason that Hot Wheels would want its model to look as much like the actual car as possible. Many Hot Wheels models are very accurate.

All of that said, we're not putting our eggs in this particular basket just yet. We're just tossing it out there for you to consider as you wait for the car's official arrival next month at the 2012 New York Auto Show.

2013 SRT Viper teaser

2013 SRT Viper teaser

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Comments (8)
  1. So Sad to see the Surprise ruined >={

  2. I totally agree... I do feel that the blow that SRT were going to put on us is now softened a bit

  3. The front wheels appear to be turned at an angle. If so, this is NOT a photo of a Hot Wheel.

  4. It's not a photo, it's an image. Probably a stylized digital drawing. At any rate, it gives the general impression of what may be coming.

  5. I say quite accurate and liking it very much and please keep the Matchbox/Hot Wheels alloys.

  6. its pixelated heaven for those that dream of this overly large sportscar.
    my guess on the hood ornamentation using lines from the badge may be correct.

  7. I quite like it. The design is evolutionary, which is a good thing as the car looks modern while being faithful to the original viper. Can't wait to see it in action.

  8. come on people...of course Dodge knew all these photos would be shown. They didn't start building cars yesterday...this is all just a tease

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