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    New SRT Viper Slowly Slithers Out of the Shadows




    Monday, 20th February, 2012

    Just last month Chrysler's SRT division served up their first teaser image of the upcoming all-new Viper, cloaked ominously in the shadows. Well, SRT now reckon the time is right to charm the big snake into the light and give us the first glimpse of its new, shiny skin.

    Okay, not exactly. While the Viper has finally slithered into the light, we're still just as much in the dark as we were before. What we can tell for sure from the newest teaser SRT just released over on their Facebook page is that we're looking at a scoop that's been crafted from carbon fiber. Since it is a carbon fiber scoop on a V-10-powered serpent, we can assume it probably directs cool air somewhere, maybe to the engine, maybe to the brakes. Oh, it’s also been painted red.

    We should know what sort of function the scoop serves in April at the New York Auto Show, where SRT is planning to officially pull the wraps off of the new Viper. Until then, we’re free to debate on what exactly we’re looking at and continue to wait out the next few weeks in slow agony.

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    I so hate Facebook, what a worthless site. They continue to prove why I will never open an account. No image to see and they try to pushout pop up crap and say you need to join to see an image.

    So far this Snake is not winning any points with me. It still seems ugly and I for one am not impressed with this way of trying to get interest in their Halo Car.

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    ok first of all that teaser has been out for about a month. and all it tells us is SRT can Photoshop. i wont even touch the last comment and how Facebook is useful in many many ways. but i am still excited about this car. ive seen other teasers of the car under the usual cloak. it looks really impressive. smaller then the last one too.


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