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Christopher Bruce2014-01-13 15:24:46

Viper Getting Exclusive New Stryker Green Paint and GT Package

The package brings GTS options to the basic car

Stryker Green is a pearlescent lime green color that takes eight hours to apply

SRTSRTSRTUnited States of America, 2010 > present5 models
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does not have any big changes for the ViperViper Gen.5SRT Viper Gen.5United States of America, 2012 > present8 versions
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planned for the North American International Auto Show, but it is getting some minor updates.

All models of the Viper will not be available with a pearlescent lime color called Stryker Green. The paint takes eight hours to complete with a base coat, green-tinted coat and clear finish. Cars in Stryker Green will be available in February.

The Viper will also be available with a new Grand Touring Package that adds standard Nappa leather seats, new paint options, five-mode electronic stability control and two-mode DampTronic Select suspension supplied by Bilstein. The upgrades were previously only available on the Viper GTSSRT Viper GTS Launch EditionUnited States of America, 2013 > 2000 trim. The Grand Touring package can only be ordered in Stryker Green or Venom Black.

“We’re continuing to develop and build unique, low-volume, special-edition colors for the Viper that adds to the exclusivity of our American-built flagship supercar,” said Ralph Gilles, President and CEO of SRT.

SRT is also showing a version of the Viper wearing performance parts from Mopar including a carbon fiber X-Brace, carbon fiber rear wing and extended carbon fiber front corner splitters. The parts will all be available in 2014.

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