2014 SRT Viper by Superior Auto Design

27 Feb 2014 12:21 pm | Cars, Dodge

Some people are much to picky! I just can’t believe that someone wasn’t satisfied with the brand new 2014 SRT Viper, and that the owner had it modified. Not that I’m not into tuned rides, but.. come on! So, the team over at Superior Auto Design have been working on modifying one of the V10-powered Viper super-cars, and this is the end result, right here. Looking good, right?

I’m sure that improving the styling of a Viper is harder than it sounds, since it’s so cool to begin with. But the Florida-based specialist achieved the impossible, and managed to improve the overall looks of the super-car. The Viper has received powder coated wheels in gloss black, with brushed center caps. The stock brake calipers were disassembled and also powder coated, in bright red coloring, with a brand new Brembo decal added later.

If you check under the bonnet, you’ll notice that the Viper’s engine X-brace was fitted with a real carbon fiber overlay. Inside the cabin, the SRT features a gloss black trim with red accents, replacing the factory silver one. The owner did not wish upon power-train improvements – why not? – which means that the Viper still features the 8.4-liter engine, developing 640 horses and 600 pound-feet of torque, attached to a six-speed manual transmission.

As pricing goes, please note that the 2014 SRT Viper is priced from $102,485, while the Grand Touring package will cost you an extra $7,500 and the TA package an additional $16,000. The extreme Viper GTS cost a nifty $124,985. I just can’t get over it.. I would have asked for an increase in engine power!

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