The Viper always carried an appearance of disdain, while sitting still. Sneering headlights, aggressive scoops, and grilles, along with supermodel curves made the original look taut and ready for a blast down the interstate. The second-gen model replaced those curves with more angles, but the feeling of aggression was still front and center.
The 2013 Viper harkens back to the original formula of killer curves though. There is a touch of Italian flair, especially in the rear, but the car is just as seductive as before—with a touch of restraint and poise.
Better yet, the interior is now crafted of higher quality materials. Seats from Maserati, an entertainment system with the latest toys, and more insulation to ensure the interior remains quieter, cooler, and more inhabitable than previous Vipers.