Hot Wheels Reveals the 2013 SRT Viper

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Apologies for the poor quality photo, but it’s better than nothing.

With almost any other car a blurry, blown-up, out-of-focus picture such as this would not have seen the light of day. This, however, is the 2013 SRT Viper. Sort of. In actual fact it's a shot of a 1/59 scale version of the hotly-anticipated Viper courtesy of a Portuguese Hot Wheels collectors website. Hot Wheels are renowned for their accuracy so this toy is very likely a fair reflection of the car that will roll up to the New York Auto Show in April.

Comparing the image with the pair of teasers SRT has released makes us think this is a pretty accurate replica, but we won't get too excited just yet.

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