"The car was designed to be a convertible," said Chrysler SRT performance division president Ralph Gilles to Ward's Auto. "Under the skin is a convertible chassis. It's already there - the stiffness is there. It's extremely easy should that come, but we're not in any rush".
SRT's latest high-performance snake went on sale in November and the first batch of 800 cars were already sold. The lucky customers will receive their cars starting next month.
Launched in 1992, the Viper is currently being sold in its fifth generation.