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SRT released pricing and build configuration information for the 2013 Viper, and there's no question that most of these snakes will be unique. There are nearly 150,000 different ways to configure the new Viper, from wheels to interior, everything is an option. In the end, you won't get your new Viper out the door for less than about $100k, but if you are like us, the price will sky rocket as you customize your new baby.
While Hyundai just confirmed it will return to the World Rally Championship, it also has announced it will be ending its motorsports program in North America. After asking Hyundai to comment on the announcement it sounds to us like the decisions is more of a reevaluation. Whether we see Hyundai return to motorsports in North America is up for debate, but for the time being there will not be a Veloster or Genesis Coupe speeding around a local track.
McLaren finally officially unveiled the P1 supercar, though the reveal is actually of a concept of the production version. McLaren isn't talking about the powertrain but it has told us the P1 develops in excess of 1,320 pounds of downforce before reaching its top speed. It should definitely be quite a performer when it launches next year.
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