Chrysler is giving Viper buyers a few upgrades for the 2014 model year with new paint color choices and a new rain mode for the stability control system.
The new rain mode setting will facilitate more aggressive intervention from the stability control system when it is active. It is meant primarily for wet roads and cold pavement, but SRT also points out that the rain setting may also be useful to new Viper drivers who are still getting used to the car.
Billet Silver, the color that adorns the Viper GTS-R race car that runs in ALMS has now been added to the standard Viper’s palette of colors, while the dark blue accent color found on that same race can also be had. It replaces shadow blue pearl. Finally, and arguably the most radical new paint job, buyers who opt for the Carbon Special Edition package for the Viper GTS will get a matte black paint finish.
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