What would a new toy be without tons of new toys to accessorize it with? That's the question Mopar asked about the 2013 SRT Viper, and they answered it with more than 50 Mopar add-ons to go over, in and under the 640-horsepower coupe. The straightforward and inexpensive includes the $158 black leather shift knob, $205 door sill guards and $325 fleece-lined car cover in a choice of three colors.

Things hot up with the cat-back exhaust for $668, the $880 carbon fiber engine cover that can be tastefully paired with the exposed carbon fiber brace at $3,175, or the StopTech brake rotors that will run you $1,445 at each axle. Top-dog fettling happens with racing exhaust that mimics a straight pipe for $1,005, the 5-into-1 headers for $3,495 and six-point harness that hasn't been priced.

Get details on those and more in the press release below, and check out the visuals in the SEMA gallery above.
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Mopar Announces Top Performance Parts and Accessories for All-new 2013 SRT Viper

- Production of all-new 2013 SRT Viper begins next month
- Mopar performance parts and accessories available at Mopar.com


October 31, 2012 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - Owners of the heart-pounding all-new SRT Viper will have more than 50 Mopar performance parts and accessories from which to choose.

"By itself, our all-new SRT Viper stands out from the crowd," said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group LLC's service, parts and customer-care brand. "For those owners who want to take the next step in customization and personalization, Mopar stands ready with more than 50 quality-tested performance parts and accessories."

Following are select Mopar performance parts and accessories for the all-new 2013 SRT Viper:

Performance Cross Car X-Brace
With single-piece carbon fiber construction, this hand-made brace has more than 30 layers of carbon fiber optimally aligned to manage driving loads. Brace features topology optimized structurally efficient design, aerospace-grade stainless steel attachment bushings, and significant weight savings over production aluminum engine brace. Polished, exposed carbon fiber weave complements hood inner finish. Front, carbon-fiber cross-car brace.
MSRP: $3,175, part number 82213416

Carbon Fiber Coil Covers
Stamped stainless steel layered with a generous amount of carbon fiber has these engine covers screaming for attention. These covers definitely hold their own, or may be paired with the Mopar Cross Car X-Brace to form a venomous combination.
MSRP: $880, part number 82213419.

Industry-first Wireless Charging Pad
Professionally installed within easy reach, the ultra-convenient wireless charging pad simultaneously powers multiple devices. Just equip your smartphone or player with a flexible cover that integrates wire-free charging technology (sold separately), place anywhere on the charging pad and you're good to go. No tangled wires, no deciding which device to charge first.
MSRP: $275, part number 82213712

Performance Cat-back Exhaust System
This growl means business. The deeper tone you get from adding this stainless steel exhaust system communicates impressive horsepower and torque gains – and the added perk of improved fuel economy. The system includes two mufflers, mandrel-bent tubing, right and left turn-out assemblies, and four 2.5-inch clamps.
MSRP: $668, part number P4510608

Bulkhead Satchel
Carbon fiber wraps the bulkhead satchel and is designed to be a direct replacement for both the SRT and GTS bulkhead compartments. This feature includes a universal integrated quick-release camera mount. Owners may track their on-track action with the security and convenience of a mounted camera inside of the vehicle.
MSRP: TBD, part number 82213434.

Pedal Kit
A sand-blasted aluminum finish gives the pedal additional stopping power. Features unique race-inspired contoured design and Stryker-engraved footrest pedal. Alloy construction stands up when you step on it. Accelerator, brake and clutch with Viper logo.
MSRP: $255, part number 82213410

Billet Shift Knob
Industrial design cues reflect the heavy-duty inner workings of the machined G5 Billet aluminum shifter. A carbon fiber shift top features gunmetal pattern under a smooth satin clear finish.
MSRP: $163, part number 82213426

Black Leather Shift Knob
Gives a real feel for Viper's shorter shift throw, the leather-wrapped shift knob is enhanced with a satin chrome and gunmetal cap.
MSRP: $158, part number 82213425

Door Sill Guards
Bright, polished chromed door sill guards emblazoned with the bold Viper logo keep this collector's car collectible by protecting the vehicle's entry points from small dings and scratches.
MSRP: $205, part number 82208805AB

Six-point Safety Harness
Keeping up with 640 horses requires a little extra equipment. This race-ready belt system anticipates the Viper's g forces from every angle and keeps the driver in optimal position to take the beast through its paces.
MSRP: TBD, part number 82213431.

Katzkin Leather Interiors
Katzkin offers a range of seating accessories that let you take the Viper interior to the next level. Premium leather trim packages include embroideries, piping, two-tones, suede and a range of colors. Fully custom leather seats, or four established designs from which to choose.
MSRP: TBD, part number LRZD0131TI

Stage 3 Coilover Suspension Kit
With lightweight aluminum construction, this suspension system is three-way adjustable for compression rebound and ride height. It bridges the gap between street systems and full race systems.
MSRP: $5,995, part number 82213435

Brake Rotors
Keep those 640 horses in check with StopTech® two-piece slotted lightweight rotors that combine with the Viper's Brembo® calipers to reduce rotating inertia and unsprung mass. A patented curved-fin design contributes to improved brake cooling and significantly reduces fade, even under extreme conditions. The StopTech brake rotors, tires, and lightweight wheels combine to reduce 60 pounds of unsprung, rotating mass. Two-piece front set.
MSRP $1,445, part number P5155125 (front).
MSRP: $1,445, part number P5155126 (rear).

Racing Exhaust System
A low back pressure exhaust system specifically tuned for Mopar race headers (P5155828). Features a pressure drop equal to that of a straight pipe. The four-tube perforated design reduces exhaust noise with minimal size and weight. MSRP: $1,005 , part number P5155831

Performance Headers With J-Pipe
These race headers are constructed of heavy-duty stainless steel and are equipped with a five-tube flange that allows easy installation without removal of the engine. With a primary tube diameter of 1.75 inches, its 5-into-1 collector allows for maximum torque and horsepower gain. The "J" pipe connects race headers to the race exhaust. It may be used when customizing the exhaust system or by itself depending on vehicle tuning requirements.
MSRP: $3,495, part number P5155828

Vehicle covers
For the ultimate in indoor protection, SATIN STRETCH™ Lycra fibers optimally stretch to show off Viper's curves. The special stitching methods, invisible seams and auto-show quality fit make this the cover of choice. Its inner-liner pampers Viper with fleece. The cover comes in a unique Viper storage case.
Black with Silver Stripes, MSRP: $352, part number 82213248
Red with White Stripes, MSRP: $352, Part Number: 82213240
Blue with White Stripes, MSRP: $352, Part Number: 82213347

About the All-new 2013 SRT Viper
Street and Racing Technology (SRT) brand's flagship performance machine returns with more power and performance, superior craftsmanship, new technologies and creature comforts. The fifth generation of the iconic two-seat, American-built supercar features an all-aluminum, mid-front 8.4-liter V-10 engine that delivers 640 horsepower and 600 lb.-ft. of torque- the most torque of any naturally aspirated sports car engine in the world.

About SRT
The Chrysler Group's Street and Racing Technology (SRT) brand uses a successful product development formula featuring five proven hallmarks: awe-inspiring powertrains; outstanding ride, handling and capability; benchmark braking; aggressive and functional exteriors and race-inspired and high-performance interiors to remain true to its performance roots.

The SRT lineup in the 2013 model year features five vehicles that are world-class performance contenders and bring the latest in safety technologies and creature comforts. The Chrysler 300 SRT8, Dodge Challenger SRT8 392, Dodge Charger SRT8 and Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 are joined by the SRT flagship Viper and Viper GTS models which are making their highly anticipated return to the high-performance sports car market.

Mopar-First Features
Mopar has introduced numerous industry-first features including:
- Vehicle-information apps: first to introduce smartphone vehicle-information applications, a new channel of communication with consumers
- Electronic owner manuals: first to introduce traditional owner manuals in a DVD and brief user-guide format and first to offer complete vehicle-information kits in Spanish
- Wi-Fi: first to offer customers the ability to make their vehicle a wireless hot spot
- Wireless charging: first to introduce in-vehicle wireless charging for portable devices
- Electronic Vehicle Tracking System (EVTS): first to market with a new interactive vehicle tracking device that sends owner a text when vehicle is driven too fast or too far based on pre-set parameters
- 2011 Mopar Challenger Drag Pak: first to introduce a 500-plus cubic-inch V-10 drag-race package car
- Brand-specific customer care telephone lines: first to offer Sunday service hours for customers
- WiTECH: first to support vehicle diagnosis and software updates leveraging off-the-shelf personal computers and a dedicated wireless tool network

About the Mopar Brand
Mopar is Chrysler Group LLC's service, parts and customer-care brand and distributes 280,000 parts and accessories. With the creation of the Chrysler Group and Fiat SpA partnership, Mopar is extending its global reach, integrating service, parts and customer-care operations in order to enhance dealer and customer support worldwide. Combined with Fiat SpA, Mopar's global portfolio includes more than 500,000 parts and accessories that are distributed in more than 120 countries. Mopar is the source for all genuine parts and accessories for Chrysler Group and Fiat SpA brands.

Mopar parts are unique in that they are engineered with the same teams that create factory-authorized vehicle specifications for Chrysler Group and Fiat SpA vehicles - a direct connection that no other aftermarket parts company can provide. A complete list of Mopar accessories and performance parts is available at www.mopar.com.

75 Years of Mopar
Mopar (a simple contraction of the words MOtor and PARts) was trademarked for antifreeze product in 1937. The Mopar brand made its mark in the 1960s - the muscle-car era. The Chrysler Corporation built race-ready Dodge and Plymouth "package cars" equipped with special high-performance parts. Mopar carried a line of "special parts" for super-stock drag racers and developed its racing parts division called Mopar Performance Parts to enhance speed and handling for both road and racing use. The brand has expanded to include technical service and customer support.


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      keithcllrn
      • 2 Years Ago
      I would sleep with octomom for that car
      Anthony Williams
      • 2 Years Ago
      take my money . now.. TAKE IT .. NOOW!
      Andrew TheBoss
      • 2 Years Ago
      Bellissima, stupenda, magnifica. 2/3 Potenza Americana 1/3 Stile Italiano.
      Anthony Williams
      • 2 Years Ago
      I AM PREPARED TO GO INTO EXTREME DEBT FOR THIS CAR. hahah
      johnbusa1300
      • 2 Years Ago
      BAD ASS
      bubba_roe
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Ambiguously Gay duo's car has returned in pu$$y magnet yellow!
      skyliner789
      • 2 Years Ago
      Yawn, It looks like something put together by Dodge. I seen several things that were crossed over from other cars to the "new" Viper. Just wait, if you are looking for a REAL sports car the new C7 ZR1 will be out in a few more months. Well, then again, really the current ZR1 would beat the looks as well as the profromance of this overpriced heap!
        Erik Reid
        • 2 Years Ago
        @skyliner789
        skyliner, you should be happy the Viper is back. The Viper is the Corvette's (Z06/ZR1) natural rival. Competition breeds innovation. As a performance car guy, I wish Ford would step up and unleash a replacement for the GT. Not another supercharged Mustang variant with 600 hp. A true low production semi-exotic.
          Lab Rat
          • 2 Years Ago
          @Erik Reid
          They need to make a Thunderbird that competes directly with the Corvette, and ditch the GT500. The power in that thing with a live rear axle and 600+ horsepower is absurd.
        Ed or Lori
        • 2 Years Ago
        @skyliner789
        Skyliner789 is a typical Bozo. The only ones that wear Bowties are Bozos' and Chevorleaveit
        lostboyz
        • 2 Years Ago
        @skyliner789
        The current ZR1 isn't as fast as the old viper acr (about the same price), why would this one with more power and better suspension be slower? Also I'll take N/A over SC anyday
      ga7smi
      • 2 Years Ago
      archaic design - big fat slow like most Americans
        avcavc
        • 2 Years Ago
        @ga7smi
        slow? This is one of the fastest cars in the world. Holds track records at four of the greatest racetracks in the world. Has one of the best power to weight ratios of any car ever produced. You do not know what you are talking about.
          jemteku
          • 2 Years Ago
          @avcavc
          Thank you. His comment was ignorant.... You know what you are talking about! ;o)
        billyp01
        • 2 Years Ago
        @ga7smi
        you mean america, the best nation in the world to live in?
        jemteku
        • 2 Years Ago
        @ga7smi
        >:o) Can't afford one, huh? Do not insult Americans, that was uncalled for.... VPEC.
      • 2 Years Ago
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      rkeeeballs
      • 2 Years Ago
      Saw this car in a very deep, dark shade of red that was a mind blower. Also, what happened to the Viper on the hood ? Does that co$t extra ?...American muscle rules !
        avcavc
        • 2 Years Ago
        @rkeeeballs
        viper is still on the front of the car where it has been for two generations. Everything is back, just better than ever before
      canuckcharlie
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hotness
      alexkoolur
      • 2 Years Ago
      Is this 1996? Seriously this car isn't even out yet and looks dated compared to modern exotics. Nice panel gaps SRT...geez...you think for 100k they would learn how to design the body without 1/4 inch gaps between the major panels. It's pretty sad when the most exciting design element of the new viper is the seats. I still cannot get over how horrible the front end looks (the opposite of menacing) and the fact that there are no PLASTIC COVERS over the engine....seriously? Why would anyone buy this car when you can go pick up a slightly modded '2010 Viper for $60k LESS. They should have designed this thing from scratch instead of focus-grouping and parts binning this "new" viper..which BTW looks like an old viper, just not as good. Brilliant!
        kristynd05
        • 2 Years Ago
        @alexkoolur
        As a matter of fact this is not 1996, but thanks for the dumb question. I personally think this car looks AWESOME compared to the older styles. And who the hell in their right mind would want PLASTIC COVERS over the engine. A true car enthusiast wants to see the engine and hear the engine. Also with opening up the hood like that the car will in fact be faster because it allows more cold air to get in to keep the engine cooler. And why would I, or anyone for that matter, want to go and spend 60K on a 2010 viper knowing that they will have to make modifications, when they could just buy this piece of Perfection and have to do nothing to it.
          alexkoolur
          • 2 Years Ago
          @kristynd05
          There are plastic covers over the engine...it was a joke. A joke, like this car's attempt to be relevant in 2012. Piece of perfection? LOL! Don't pretend like this is a ferrari pal, it's still a cheap dodge trying to keep up with where sports cars in this class already are. I have owned every generation viper, and while it was great to look at, putting the power down was laughable on the road. A 911 turbo, GTR would dog this thing all day, every day on the road. And why in November are we only seeing TEST MULES? What the hell is the delay with the production of this vehicle? Seriously, this has been the lamest most delayed (fake) launch in history....what is taking so long to produce this thing?
          Erik Reid
          • 2 Years Ago
          @kristynd05
          Alex, I've never seen anyone so determined to damn a product as much as you. You continue to spew your garbage on any autoblog story concerning the Gen V Viper. Usually, I just ignore it, but now I just find it fascinating. For someone who claims to have owned every generation of Viper, why would you pan its handling now. You must have liked the Viper enough to purchase multiple iterations of the car. It just doesn't make sense to me. You're reacting like Ralph Gilles and SRT owe you money or something. Maybe you should just refrain from reading Gen V Viper stories since they seem to irritate you so much. Also, on several occasions you have mentioned most Viper Club of America members pan the Gen V. Nothing could be further from the truth. Sure, you cannot please everyone, but I believe the Gen V has been well-received and many are excited by what it has to offer. Here is the Gen V booklet: https://www.drivesrt.com/assets/docs/2013/2013-SRT-Viper%20Catalog-web.pdf Finally, the production of the Gen V has not been delayed in any way. It was always slated for December. Heck! They haven't even started taking orders yet. Why would you expect to see any performance testing of the pre-production mules? However, most of the major automotive magazines and websites got the drive the pre-production mules and they raved about the improvements of the Gen IV. They claimed the Gen V is much more refined in every way. What's wrong with that?
        Kyle
        • 2 Years Ago
        @alexkoolur
        This is a pre-production mule. The fit and finish of this car are not indicative of the final product. Look at the pictures of the black/silver car they have at SEMA for a better idea of the panel gaps (though it's still not a production model)
          alexkoolur
          • 2 Years Ago
          @Kyle
          fit and finish and ride height of production vehicle, will be WORSE. Just wait. The production model will be jacked off the ground and look silly, no way it's going to be slammed like the mule.
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