Chrysler just revealed its entire lineup for this year’s SEMA show and right at the top shines the 2013 SRT Viper. It is not that customized as befits a SEMA-bound car, but then the new Viper is hugely exciting as it is. It really doesn’t need that much tweaking. Still, they have done a few good things to it.
The SEMA Viper features a carbon fiber underhood, with an exposed carbon fiber performance cross X-Brace trimmed in a satin finish. it also has a new vented hood made from carbon and aluminum, and carbon aero kit with front and rear spoilers. The car also benefits from Mopar coil springs.
The full black interior is adorned with yellow accents, Sabelt hard-shell seats, which include a six-point safety harness, Mopar billet aluminum shift knob and billet aluminum HVAC bezels and controls. Other features include bright, polished chrome door-sill guards that carry the Viper logo and a race-inspired, sand-blasted aluminum Mopar bright pedal kit, with the Viper logo etched in the pedals. You also find the Stryker logo scattered all over the cabin.
It also one very unique feature that seems weird at first. That is a carbon fiber bulkhead satchel, with a universal integrated quick-release camera mount, so you can film yourself inside the car.