• May 9th 2012 at 4:30PM
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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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      • 3 Years Ago
      See the correct link with image here: http://www.autobild.de/artikel/srt-viper-roadster-3422901.html
      • 3 Years Ago
      Its like having a 2002 Viper GTS, but better!
      • 3 Years Ago
      I hope Ralph doesn't screw up the Viper formula. The vert needs to have a different rear end. On each generation the opinions of been split 50/50. I for one liked both the vert rear, and the coupe. It's nice to have options. Time will tell. Can't wait!
      • 3 Years Ago
      am i the only one that hates the viper convertible? it makes it look wimpy and boring... why not readopt the RT/10 removable roof idea, in a similar fashion that the C6 removable top works? that way, you get the open air and the agressive brute viper look.
        • 3 Years Ago
        I definitly have to agree, the first gen viper was my favorite, with a lot due to the clamshell hood and the R/T-10 roadster with the removalbe roof. I dont want a Viper convertable, not even a hardtop one like the California
      Zavier Dewayne Nettl
      • 3 Years Ago
      • 3 Years Ago
      My question is; why is SRT racing being run so poorly? The boss is running the SRT racing operation for he's own personal (Viper) racing team, which is always gonna be a problum. I guess it don't matter to respect to all the past glories of a real racing division of a major Detroit car company (Chrysler)...Thay lost Penske, to Ford, the best racing operation out there...why?...and they are gonna race a Viper in ALMS and Le Mans with an ugly old car and technology, I wonder why the Viper ain't on carbs, especially as thay keep saying how they want to go back to all that old crap tecnology....Sergio step in and don't let it get no worse !