There is no doubt. That 2013 SRT Viper is one good looking car with or without options. However, when you are willing to slap down more than a hundred grand on a car, you might as well peel off a few more bills to really trick that baby out.
For $4500 or $5000 a Viper owner can have a pair of fat black, gunmetal, silver or white stripes painted on the car stretching from head to toe. An owner who does not skimp on wheels can go with track wheels that can be finished matte black, black or polished for prices running from $500 to $1100. Audi systems are never cheap, at least not the ear-worthy ones, and GTS’s 12-speaker system runs $1995, while its 18-speaker Harmon/Kardon goes for $2995.
The Viper’s performance can be changed as an option as well. The Track system, $3,500, is for those looking for better braking and lighter weight. The Grand Touring package meanwhile costs $2500 for owners of the base Viper and provides Bluetooth compatibility, HD and satellite radio, an upgraded infotainment system and a rear facing camera.