The new parts range from performance enhancing upgrades to pure customization accessories.
Want to make your new Viper sound even meaner? A factory performance cat-back exhaust system will cost you $668. If you want to add some carbon fiber to the engine bay you can opt for the performance x-brace for $3,175, or maybe the carbon fiber coil covers for $880 are more your style.
Moving inside the cabin of the Viper we have a new industry-first wireless charging pad to keep your smartphone or music player charged. It costs $275. A sand-blasted aluminum finish pedal kit is priced at $255, while a billet shift knob will run $163. You can protect your door sills with new chrome sill guards for $158, and a six-point safety harness is only $205.
Hitting the track? You can snag a stage 3 coil-over suspension kit for $5,995 and new StopTech two-piece slotted lightweight brake rotors for $1,445 at each end of the car. Go full out with a racing exhaust system for $1,005, and you can even add performance headers with a J-pipe for $3,495.
A quick refresher on the Viper in-case you've somehow managed to forget about the mighty snake: it now features a 640-horsepower 8.4-liter V-10 engine and a six-speed manual transmission. All the power is sent to the rear wheels, and the Viper now features current safety technology such as stability control, traction control, and launch control. Priced from $97,395, the 2013 Viper will be sold in select Dodge dealerships.For more information be sure to read our full 2013 SRT Viper preview.