SRT Viper Shooting Brake Rendered

When SRT started working on the current, third-generation Viper, they were planning to come with a retouched second-generation model. That seemed better than the alternative, killing the model altogether, but SRT managed to go a long way, finally offering us a supercar that feels all new. Despite this deep transformation, we doubt anybody over at SRT has ever thought about a Viper... shooting brake.
SRT Viper Shooting Brake rendering 1 photo
Photo: Hansen Art on Facebook
This is exactly what we have in the adjacent image, with the four-wheeled creation obviously belonging to the digital world. In fact, the whole thing was an April Fool’s job done by Hansen Art, but the sheer idea is entertaining.

The final result may not look all that right, but, once again, the concept itself sound appealing. We recently drove the 2014 SRT Viper and found one of the sweetest machines we had ever spent time with.

The Viper’s bonnet, roof, as well as its rear hatch are made of carbon fiber, so turning it into a shooting brake would be no easy task. Nonetheless, its interior is already spacious for a supercar, so such a development would only build on this.

By the way, the creators of the rendering said that the team over at SRT “have really appreciated’ the joke.

Rendering by Hansen Art for Bold Ride
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