The new 2013 SRT Viper may carry a $99,390 base price, but the car will offer Mini-like levels of customization when deliveries begin this December. SRT has recently announced a full list of available options and prices to make it especially difficult to drive out of an SRT dealer with a base-model Viper.
In fact, SRT says there are nearly 150,000 combinations available thanks to eight colors (three cost $1000), special $4500-$5000 racing stripes, eight wheel options, plenty of interior color/seat materials combinations, and more.
The $3500 Track package includes slotted two-piece lightweight rotors from StopTech and lightweight wheels with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. Overall, the package removes 57 pounds from the stock Viper’s curb weight. If you want the wheels with a matte finish, add $500. Possibly an even more popular package will be the $2500 Grand Touring package that adds a navigation system, Bluetooth, satellite radio and HD radio, a rearview camera, premium floor mats, and even a cup holder insert. The package is already included on the 2013 SRT Viper GTS model.
If you want to make your new Viper as luxurious as possible, go for the $7500 GTS Laguna interior package. Only available on the Viper GTS, the package adds “exceptional” SRT Laguna leather surfaces throughout the cabin in black or Sepia. The package is completed by an Alcantara headliner and embossments on the door bolsters, seats, and the storage bag.
Of course, for the ultimate 2013 SRT Viper collector car, you might want to get the 150-unit SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition package, which costs $15,500 over the price of a $122,390 Viper GTS and includes the Laguna package as well as an 18-speaker sound system and forged wheels.
Deliveries of the 2013 SRT Viper are set to begin in December. Until then, get the full details at SRT’s consumer site here. All prices are likely to be subject to a gas guzzler tax, but the EPA has yet to finalize 2013 Viper fuel economy ratings.