Chrysler officially announced that it will slash by $15,000 the price of the 2015 Dodge Viper SRT. As a result, the 2015 Viper SRT will start at $84,995 excluding destination charge and the gas guzzler tax. In addition, the existing Gen 5 Viper owners will receive a $15,000 worth certificate that can be used to purchase a new Viper.
What’s more interesting is that the $15,000 certificate is in addition to the $15,000, which means that if you are a Gen 5 Viper owner you will actually get a $30k price cut. In order to revive Viper sales, more than 2,300 dealers will be able to sell the sports car.
Moreover, the 2015 Dodge Viper GT will cost $94,995 and for this amount of money you will get a driver-selectable suspension system featuring Bilstein DampTronic Select shock absorbers, a five-mode electronic stability control system as well as a unique interior with standard Alcantara and Nappa leather seats available in black, Demonic Red or Sepia.
Arriving in the second half of 2015 is the Dodge Viper TA (Time Attack) 2.0 Special Edition, which starts at $100,885 (previously priced at $115,885). This model is built for performance enthusiasts drivers and comes with new chassis parts developed by the SRT Engineering chassis dynamics team, new spring rates, dampers, sway bars and brake components.
Furthermore, there is a new aerodynamics package that includes new front dive planes, carbon fiber front corner splitters, a larger rear wing and a lighter, carbon fiber structural x-brace found under the hood. The 2015 Dodge Viper GTS will now start at $107,995 (previously priced at $122,385).
Dodge also offers the Viper GTS Ceramic Blue Edition Package featuring an exclusive Ceramic Blue finish with black stripes and five-spoke Rattler wheels finished in Black Vapor Chrome. Other accents include a GTS sill badge, Satin Black exhaust bezel, a Ceramic Blue fuel filler door, brake calipers painted in orange, carbon fiber brake ducts and rear applique.