It’s big, it’s bad and it’s a Dodge once more! The Viper is a mean machine from the folks in Auburn Hills. But what’s it like driving this SRT-tuned super snake? Hit the jump for more.
Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler’s performance brand, SRT is known for having high performance versions of Chrysler and Dodge vehicles. The one unique vehicle is the brand new SRT Viper, which will be the company’s halo car.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Trans Am race cars debuted with positive results.
The new 2015 Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcats were shown off proudly in Detroit during the Woodward Dream Cruise this past weekend.
It was only a matter of time before Chrysler’s new Challenger SRT ended up on the race track.
A top speed of 204 mph is damn fast, but apparently the new 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat can actually go faster.
The most powerful Dodge ever built, the 707-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat, will run a quarter mile on the drag strip in 10.8 seconds when equipped with a set of street legal drag radial tires.
The Viper’s one-time Nurburgring lap record almost never happened. In fact, Dominick Farnbacher, who set the incredible 7:12 lap time, was never even supposed to drive the car.
Chrysler is putting a temporary stop to production yet again as it struggles to clear its glut of it high-end sports car.
On American Independence Day, better known as the 4th of July, we celebrate everything to do with the United States of America, and where would this nation be without its cars.
Chrysler has resumed production on the SRT Viper sports car.
Although the SRT brand has been folded back under the Dodge name, the Viper will continue to wear its SRT badge…for now.
If you were excited about yesterday’s news on the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, you’ll want to take a look at these videos.
Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles spent May 6 outlining what the next five years of its product plan will look like. These are the most important points.
Jeep has released its plans for the foreseeable future, revealing exactly which products will die and which will live on.
Pour one out for performance car maker SRT, which is being consolidated back into the Dodge brand.
SRT just unveiled a new version of its floundering halo car at the 2014 New York Auto Show.
The race to claim the highest horsepower rating has been alive and well in the world of muscle cars since the beginning, but it looks like Chrysler is facing an internal horsepower race.
The SRT Viper will not compete in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans race despite being invited to do so.
Chrysler is shutting down one of its plants for almost two months due to sluggish sales of its flagship sports car.
Racing is risky, period. You don’t even need to smash into a barrier for something to go wrong.
In response to news reports that it has demanded as many as 100 donated Dodge Viper sports cars be destroyed, Chrysler has released a statement declaring the cars both obsolete and insignificant.
Is Chrysler’s SRT performance division planning a second all-new car? Brand CEO Ralph Gilles won’t say, but fans are asking for a compact performance car he reveals.
Starting in the second quarter of 2014, Dodge will offer a new “Satin Vapor” finish on the Challenger, Charger and Chrysler 300 SRT models.
SRT Viper enthusiasts hoping for an automatic transmission to be added to the sports car’s lineup shouldn’t hold their breath.