Based on the standard Viper SRT-10 Coupe, this concept shows owners the potential of using Mopar parts to improve the performance and appearance of their Viper.
At the 2007 North American International Auto Show the Viper SRT-10 Mopar Concept Coupe made its debut.
The engine receives an additional 75 horsepower thanks to titanium valves and connecting rods, cast litex pistons, a lightened crankshaft, and a high-flow intake manifold. A tubular exhaust header package, a cold air induction system, and a cat-back exhaust system round out the power upgrades.
The Mopar Concept Coupe is also ready to race with a fully adjustable coilover suspension kit, Competition Coupe rear wing, front splitter, and six-point racing harnesses. Lightweight "Sidewinder" wheels are wrapped in Michelin racing slicks, 18" front and 19" rear. To finish off the look, a "Driver's Stripe" paint scheme is added with a black trim and a red strip.
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