2013 SRT Viper Revealed (in die-cast form)

We're getting closer to the next Viper's official unveiling.

Sorry if we misled anyone with that title, but it is a Sunday after all and we wanted to get your attention somehow. Anyway, while we're still a little over a month away from the all-new 2013 SRT Viper's official debut at the New York Auto Show, details of the new V10-powered snake are slowly beginning to appear. A couple of weeks back, some blurry photos of the Hot Wheels SRT Viper were leaked online and now we have a much clearer picture of it.

Now remember, this is a 1:64 scale die-cast model, so it's a bit hard to see many of the styling details. Still, we can get a decent glance at the car's overall shape (which hasn't changed much from the last model), but the front-end design seems to match what we've seen in some spy shots and other renderings. For now, however, we'll just have to wait until next month to get our first official glimpses at the next Viper. Have a good Sunday.

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