Next Generation 2013 Dodge Viper caught testing in the snow

by Alex

Just a year after its launch Chrysler have posted photographs of their next generation Dodge Viper undergoing test in the snow even though the car is yet at its development stages. This model is basically a continuation of the 2010 Viper that the company had discontinued in the summer of 2010.

Few details of the car have been forthcoming from the maker based in Auburn Hills. However, that it would be a high performance sports car is known and that the engineers have made all adjustments to include the stability control feature into the car has also been established.

Ralph Gilles the design head at Chrysler had confirmed that the 2013 Viper would be a “drop-dead beautiful” piece with the style drawn from that of “a naked woman on the beach.” Gilles expects the style and other aspects of the 2013 Viper would draw customers away from the Porsche and GM’s Corvette.

Source: carscoop

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