Totally fresh 2013 SRT Dodge Viper is completely new, regardless from which side you prefer to look, whether from front-to-back or top-to-bottom, even from the lightweight carbon-fiber roof and right down to those premium road-scorching wheels. Dodge SRT Viper 2013 model features less weight, stiffer chassis, and a far more powerful engine, as well as more powerful brakes and a completely new electronic technology.
SRT Viper 2013 is equipped with its legendary V-10 engine. This updated core has now an estimated power rating of up to 640 horsepower at a 6,150 rpm, which makes for an increase of 40 horsepower over the older model of 2010 Viper. Being capable of producing 600 lb.-ft. of torque at even 4,950 rpm, the 2013 Viper can put out the most torque in comparison with any naturally aspirated sports car in the world.
Viper’s legendary heart which is represented by 8.4-liter V-10 engine attributes a new composite intake manifold, as well as lighter forged pistons, and more stiff pushrods, not forgetting about a revised camshaft profile with a sodium-cooled exhaust valves and other features that contribute to the 40-horsepower increase.