When our man Scott Burgess asked SRT CEO Ralph Gilles about the Dodge SRT Viper Roadster, Gilles naturally demurred. The Internet, however, always provides an answer to every question, and German magazine Auto Bild has rendered its take on the droptop snake.
Unlike previously, when the coupe and roadster were rather dissimilar, this time the brotherhood will be more traditional... at least according to this artist's take.

We won't speculate on how close the rendering might be, but we will say we like it. With the coupe having already enjoyed its 600-horsepower burst onto the scene, it shouldn't be long before the roadster begins leaking its way out.

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