2015.5 Dodge Viper GTS starts at $107,995, TA 2.0 Special Edition costs $101,995

Article by Christian A., on November 28, 2014

The new 2015.5 Dodge Viper GTS and Time Attack (TA) 2.0 models are now available to order. So, if you want the 2015 Dodge Viper SRT GTS, you’d better know that this model starts at $107,995 in the United States and arrives as standard with Laguna leather seats, Alcantara headliner and Harman Kardon 18-speaker sound system as well as 18/19-inch polished aluminum Venom wheels and unique GTS badging.

The Viper GTS Ceramic Blue Special Edition is available with the exclusive Ceramic Blue colour, black stripes, orange brake calipers, a rear carbon fiber applique and GTS gloss black badging. Meanwhile, the track-focused 2015 Dodge Viper TA 2.0 Special Edition starts at $101,995 and features the high-performance Aero Package that includes the competition rear spoiler and front lower dive plans for increased downforce.

Furthermore, the Viper TA 2.0 Special Edition gets two-piece Brembo rotors, 18/19-inch Matte Black Sidewinder wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires, dual-mode suspension, five-mode ESC and black Brembo brakes with orange lettering as well as performance brake pads.

Moreover, the TA 2.0 Special Edition gets a carbon fiber structural X-Brace, rear carbon fiber applique, TA front splitter, TA aero wing assembly kit, TA front decal, TA side decal.

Arranged within Chrysler Group's SRT (Street and Racing Technology) team in partnership with professional road racers, the select, street-legal, and single-spec 2014 SRT Viper TA (Time Attack) package is explicitly provided for a performance enthusiast who loves to push their machines at the over 150 road-race tracks in North America.

Less than a year since the highly anticipated world launch of the all-new 2013 SRT Viper at the 2012 New York International Auto Show, the 2014 SRT Viper TA is on track for its public introduction on the same floor at New York City’s Jacob Javits Center.

Founded on the SRT Viper model, the lightest automobile in the range, the 2014 SRT Viper TA builds on the celebrated on-track ability of the hand-built American supercar that uses mainly pre-developed elements directly from the SRT line-up, combined into an intricately balanced arrangement that can extract the best of the Viper super-low balance point, 50/50 weight distribution, and biggest contact patch in the production.

The 2014 SRT Viper TA suspension is specifically tuned and upgraded for track use and to optimise the Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres’ performance. The tyres are mounted on super-light, multi-spoked Sidewinder II wheels. A dual-mode Bilstein Damptronic suspension system has stronger damping levels and a smaller mode spread than those in current Viper GTS models.

Shock dampers, springs, and stabilizer bars derived from road racing are retuned for optimum track performance. The standard aluminium structural X-brace is now a lighter carbon fibre brace that efficiently united the engine compartment’s four corners and adds to the 50% increase in torsional stiffness and rigidity across the line-up.

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