2013 SRT Viper Leaked Ahead Of New York Debut

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Leaked screencaps of the 2013 Dodge SRT Viper. Image via InsideLine.

Leaked screencaps of the 2013 Dodge SRT Viper. Image via InsideLine.

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

It was inevitable. Everyone in the know predicted it would happen today, and it has. The first images of the 2013 SRT Viper have leaked, courtesy of an "anonymous tipster" and a mysterious video of the car in action.

The images, dredged up by InsideLine, show the new Viper as we expected, and as several renderings making the rounds of the Web have predicted: sleeker, smoother, in many ways more like the original Viper. But still big, mean, and aggressive.

We'll have the full details on the 2013 Viper when they're available--including live shots and whatever else we can get our hands on--but until then, enjoy the pre-pre-show.

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Comments (4)
  1. Looks exactly the same as the old ones...BORING!!!

  2. i just really want to know about the power train, it is a little disappointing that it looks exactly like the old one minus some obvious changes.

  3. it seems like the images are taken from a game. forza 4 judging by the brightness of everything

  4. What are you guys talking about?? This looks like sex. It takes the best qualities of the original, modernizes it up and makes it look like a flexing muscle. It's perfect.. for a Viper.

    Not saying this practice is good for every make and model but it certainly works for the Viper, and the Porsche 911. I wish Ferrari would try this for once instead of trying to create something radically new with each of its models. After seeing a 599 next to the new F12 recently, I can attest that the 599 looks so much better!

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