2014 SRT Viper Gains New Colors, Rain Mode

The 2014 SRT Viper will hit the market with two new color options and a new traction and stability setting for wet road conditions dubbed “Rain Mode”, the Chrysler Blog reports.
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Priced from $102,485, the 2014 Viper will get the Billet Silver color, which is worn by the GTS-R race car, on the standard palette, while the GTS-R Blue joins the options list to replace the Shadow Blue Pearl. A matte black finish is also available to buyers who order the Anodized Carbon Special Edition package for the GTS version.

The all-new “Rain Mode”, developed to help the driver cope better with the impressive 640 horses in wet road conditions, will let the traction control system kick in when things get slippery for the Viper’s Pirelli P Zero tires.

As we’ve previously reported, the 2014 SRT Viper comes with a number of new standard features, such as rear view camera, navigation, 12-speaker Harmon/Kardon stereo with subwoofer, and HD Radio and UConnect.
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