The two Dodge Viper improvement mules had been caught doing testing in an extreme temperature area close to Death Valley. Actually the appearance of these two cars is look like the 2010 models. However a range of electronics inside the car can be seen in these models. On the steering wheels of the cars mounted an active cruise control buttons along with a Bilstein Adaptive Damping Suspension button placed on the center tunnel of the black one.
The 2013 Dodge Viper is expected to deliver a better riding quality since it completed with the Bilstein ADS dampers which are an electronically controlled dual- mode damper. The Bilstein ADS dampers are also largely used in other 2012 SRT performance cars such as the Chrysler 300C SRT8, the Dodge Charger SRT8 and Challenger SRT8, and even the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8.
There are no radar sensors on the front of the car, it means those buttons on the steering wheel are not an Active Cruise Control, furthermore the ACC on the Viper seems very silly. It is most likely those buttons will be employed to control various traction control of the next Viper.
It is estimated that the latest Viper will get come developments of the previous steel- frame of the car chassis, fixing with a transaxle. Behind the rear bumper gets something different in its back. The company might have joined the Mercedes Benz SLS AMG in developing the transaxle since the two cars has shared its components. The new Viper might also incorporate an active differential or even a twin clutch transaxle.
The 2013 Dodge Viper seems to offer better comfort, performance and safety compared to those of the previous models. However do not expect that the 2013 Dodge will enter the production.
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