2013 Dodge Viper | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine.

July 30th, 2012 | Category: Dodge | 1443 Views

2013 Dodge Viper | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Now, Dodge Viper has been on the road since it was first introduced in 1992, and this car has become a living legend in the automotive industry today. Dodge Viper is one of the cars that use block V10 engine that can generate power very quickly, even at low rpm, the V8 intimidates all the users of this car.

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In 1988, the Chrysler Corporation still was independent, still the smallest of the Big Three. Its products were about to change forever under the direction of new leaders like Bob Lutz and Francois Castaing. So the company decided to design a concept car an outrageous two-seat roadster with a monster V 10 engine under the hood, and a plastic-paneled body. The resulting concept car grabbed so much attention at the 1989 Detroit auto show, Chrysler decided to build it as the Dodge Viper.

SRT stiffened the structure and chassis of the latest Viper by 50 percent, much of which was adapted from the previous GTS-R race cars. Some of that strength comes from a new aluminum “X” brace under the hood that connects the front suspension to the magnesium cowl super casting.

The new SRT Viper has received an all new, timeless exterior design with a new carbon-fiber hood, roof, decklid, and aluminum door panels. As a first, the Viper will be offered with LED taillamps that integrate stop and turn illumination in one element. Under the hood, the new Viper features a new 8.4 liter all aluminum, V 10 overhead valve engine that will deliver a total of 640 HP and 600 lb ft of torque. The new engine will be mated to an improved Tremec TR6060 six speed manual transmission.

2013 Dodge Viper Price :
2013 Dodge Viper Price. – For a unit price of this car, this car will be sold at prices so high, that is $137,000. But, although given the price is quite expensive, but the interior and exterior facilities offered by this car is really quite remarkable. You will not feel the loss if you buy this car.

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2013 Dodge Viper Interior :
2013 Dodge Viper Interior. – The new Viper offers standard high-performance racing seats from Sabelt featuring a lightweight Kevlar/fiberglass shell. The seating position is 20 mm lower than the 2010 model for more room and enhanced performance-driving ergonomics. Seat travel is extended by 90 mm overall, which enables expanded seating options from a more rearward positioned bulkhead. For the first time, seat height can be adjusted by up to 40 mm manually on the SRT model and power controlled on the GTS. All these adjustments make the new Viper the most spacious in the history of the nameplate.

The old Dodge Viper was always more about raw, unapologetic power and offered little in the way of interior technology. Pretty much what you got on the 2010 Viper was the standard Dodge radio, which looked like it was straight out of a Caravan, and some misplaced gauges next to the steering wheel. Now SRT is tossing in an 8.4-inch color touch screen system that controls the audio system, other driver control, and gives you access to Chrysler’s Uconnect system.

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2013 Dodge Viper Exterior :
2013 Dodge Viper Exterior. – The exterior design continues with the addition of the traditional “double-bubble” roof configuration that maximizes headroom for the driver and passenger while maintaining a low frontal area. Up front, the Viper gets dual-function, bi-xenon projector headlamps that feature light emitting diode (LED) daytime running lamps and LED turn signals in a sinister “snake eye’ configuration.

The Viper has received a new side-exit exhaust system with cast aluminum, sill-mounted exhaust bezels that pop out from just behind the doors. A first for the supercar is the addition of new LED taillamps that integrate stop and turn illumination in one element. The car will be offered with a new set of wheels offered in a five-spoke, forged aluminum “Rattler” wheel design.

Exterior Features :
-. Alloy rims 19 x 13 in. rims.
-. 18 x 10 in. front rims P345/30ZR19 tires.
-. Variable intermittent wipers manual convertible roof.
-. Glass rear window rear defogger.

2013 Dodge Viper Engine :
2013 Dodge Viper Engine. – Just like the design, the engine is also up in the air. Of course, the powerful V10 powertrain producing over 600 hp will always be planted under the hood, but it’s rumored that an the Viper will turn to use a V8 engine that produces “only” 500 hp. However, it will still remain a puzzle when it comes to the installation of the engine. A 8400 cc V10 is the most possible candidate. The engine completely features output to 700 horsepower until 2018 emission regulations. So it seems that it such a right engine for the right car.

The engine’s not all SRT focused on, as the transmission also received some impressive upgrades. The T6060 transmission, the same one that’s in the 2010, did make its way into the 2012 model, but with some significant revisions. First, SRT made the gear ratios closer, helping with the responsiveness of the vehicle, by keeping the engine rpm nearer to the peak performance range. Secondly, first, second, and third gears are all 15 percent wider than in 2010, making more effective use of the engine’s power band. The final drive ratio was shortened to 3.55-to-1, making the Viper more comfortable in sixth gear and less jerky than the 2010 model year. Plus, overall shift throws are 12.5 percent shorter than in 2010.

The last addition is one that all Viper lovers will rejoice over. SRT said “so long” to the all steel flywheel and made an aluminum flywheel standard on the Viper. Not only does this drop 11 pounds from the weight of the car, but drops a tenth of a second off of its 1/4-mile time.
-. 8.3L displacement overhead valves (OHV).
-. V10 cylinder configuration gas engine.

2013 Dodge Viper Steering and Suspension :
2013 Dodge Viper Steering and Suspension. – What fun is 40 extra horsepower if you can’t handle it? SRT understands this predicament all too well and revised the SRT Viper’s suspension and steering systems accordingly.

Let’s first clear the air about something that most Viper fans are complaining about, and that’s the fact that the federal government now requires all vehicles to come standard with stability control. SRT manipulated the stability control to conform to federal regulations without interfering with drivability.

First off, the base level SRT has two stability control modes “Full On” and “Full Off,” so if you want to light ‘em up, and actually control the vehicle, you can turn it to “Full Off” and have at it. On the GTS models there are two additional modes, “Sport” and “Track,” which give you differing levels of stability control. Source: topspeed.com, leftlanenews.com.

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