The SRT Design Team recently worked up something special in honor of Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne. The crew whipped the sheets off of a one-off SRT Viper GTS at a Sons of Italy Foundation gala. The car features special Avorio Perla white paint, one-off black vapor chrome wheels and custom interior touches. The colors of the Italian flag run down the length of the seats, and tri-color GTS badges adorn the exterior.

Marchionne donated his tribute Viper to the Sons of Italy Foundation to be auctioned off to support the charity. The foundation serves as the charitable arm of the Order of the Sons of Italy in America, which represents men and women of Italian descent. Marchionne is a Canadian citizen who was raised in Italy, but recently drew the ire of Italian American groups after a colorful comment regarding the upcoming Alfa Romeo 4C. You can refresh your memory about that dustup here. You can also check out the special Viper in the video below.

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