Teased: The New Viper Ambiguously Shown by SRT

2012 New York Auto Show

The Viper is being shown piece by piece by SRT.

The recently-renamed SRT Viper is being teased by the new offshoot brand from Chrysler. Released on their official Facebook page, SRT has committed to a long-term teasing campaign which will continue until the day they debut their new Viper. The 2013 model drops its 'Dodge' title and picks up the new 'Stryker' Viper logo. SRT released the first teaser shot of the new Viper last month, showing what appeared to be its front-end and headlights.

The second teaser seen here shows a carbon fiber air vent, though where exactly it is located is still up in the air. Rumored to run on an 8.7-liter V10, the 2013 model may very well redefine the Viper. Traction control will also make its debut on the storied model. The 2013 SRT Viper will make its debut at the 2012 New York Motor Show, kicking off on April 6th.

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