NY LIVE: SRT reveals track-ready 2014 Viper TA
Just 33 examples of the Viper TA will be built.
Chrysler's performance-focused SRT division has lifted the veil off of the 2014 Viper Time Attack (TA), a track-ready variant of the year-old sports car that will land in showrooms next fall. Limited to just 33 units, the Viper TA greeted the public for the first time at the New York Motor Show this week.
The Viper TA is only available in an eye-catching model-specific shade called Crusher Orange, and it rides on matte black Sidewinder II wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires. The TA package adds a slew of lightweight aerodynamic upgrades including a front splitter and a rear spoiler that are both made out of carbon fiber. TA emblems found behind the rear wheels and a black Stryker emblem on the hood add a finishing touch to the look.
The TA comes with a track-tuned version of the Blistein Damptronic system that is found in the regular Viper.
Pictures of the interior are not available but SRT promises that the black and bright orange the dominant colors. The seats can be fitted with a three- or a six-point harness for track use.
SRT made no changes under the hood and the 3,348-pound Viper TA is powered by the same all-aluminum 8.4-liter V10 engine that is found in the regular Viper's engine bay. It is rated at 640 horsepower and 600 lb-ft. of torque.
Stay tuned to Leftlane for live images of the 2014 Viper TA straight from the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.