From its sleek, black interior, to its performance, to the styling, to it’s legendary status in the sportscar world, the 2017 Viper is the ultimate example of a car built to last.
This year, we’ve got a special look at what you need and what it means for the car.
The first thing to know is that this is a ‘concept’ model.
This means that the design has not been approved by the manufacturers, nor has it been proven to meet the specifications.
So, to get the most from the model, you should expect to be looking at the 2017 model in the near future.
The first of this year’s models will be the 2017 SRT Viper R, with the R taking its place as the entry-level R-spec model.
The new Viper has been given its own engine, with a twin-turbo V6 rated at 562bhp and a peak torque of 609Nm (821lb ft).
There are plenty of changes to the car, from the rear suspension to the new rear wings and rear diffuser, which are the first in the new car.
The front end has also undergone a massive makeover.
A new rear wing is fitted and it now has an extra rear diffusing surface, and a much wider front bumper.
The front diffuser now has more pronounced curvature than before.
The rear wing also now has a much larger, angled section, with longer edges, and wider and more curved rear diffusers.
There are also new fenders, and new wheels.
But the biggest change is the interior.
The 2017 model had the same front and rear seats as the previous model, but there were new seats for the driver and passengers.
As for the rest of the interior, the new SRT model has been designed with a more sporty, modern look, with more modern materials, and the latest technology.
The steering wheel is now the new analogue stick, while the infotainment system now has the ability to display more information.
The instrument panel has been upgraded to a 3D display.
And the instrument cluster is now bigger and has more features.
Inside, the seats have been reworked, while in the rear, the cabin is updated with new, more modern furniture.
The new Viper R is available in five trim levels: the Premium (Premium 1), the Limited (Limited 1), and the R-Spec (R-Spec 1).
It is available with a 1.6 litre V8 engine and the standard 10-speed automatic gearbox.
In terms of specification, the SRT has been re-engineered from the ground up.
Its V6 engine has been redesigned from the front and is rated at 550bhp.
It is rated to reach 0-62mph in just 4.7sec and 0-124mph in 7.7 sec.
It is available as a V6, V8, or a turbocharged V8.
The SRT R has a top speed of 206mph, and can accelerate from 0-100mph in 2.8sec and reach a top weight of 1,856kg (3,852lbs).
The 2017 Srt is a premium model that comes with a 5-year/60,000-mile warranty, and comes standard with an eight-speed manual transmission.
The price tag for the 2017 R-Premium is £30,780 ($46,950), but it is available on a two-year, 60,000 mile, 3,000km (2,200mi) option.
The 2017 Viper R has been developed to be the ‘ultimate sports car’.
The car has been bespoke to the specifications of the manufacturer.
It has been fitted with a new, carbon-ceramic front grille, new rear bumper, and an LED daytime running light.
It also comes with the latest technologies and technology, such as an air suspension and a four-wheel drive system.
At the same time, it is also the most advanced sports car in the world, with advanced safety features and technologies, including anti-lock braking, traction control, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, and blind spot information.
Although it is a four door, it still has a large rear hatch and can be configured for up to two adults, with room for two adults and a child in the back.
It also has a heated front seats, heated side mirrors, and two heated rear seats.
The car is available from March this year.