SRT says he has no plans to offer automatic Viper
Ralph Gilles, SRT CEO, said the company does not intend to offer more versions of the Viper. According to the executive, the company does not consider an automatic option because "it's not what the Viper is."
According to him, although many sporting dual-clutch use rates, "people who buy Vipers wish the manual option, because they want to drive the car, have a connection with him."
He also denied the possibility of being released a version of model input with the 6.4 liter Hemi V8 engine. According to Gilles, "the Viper has no intention of becoming a Corvette, because what is special in the Viper is that our engine does not exist anywhere else."