The fifth generation of the iconic two-seat, American-built supercar has been deliberately evolved to incorporate superior craftsmanship, a host of new technologies and ergonomic improvements while respecting its visceral legacy of outright performance.
“After a gut-wrenching period of uncertainty, the Street and Racing Technology brand team is extremely proud that our hand-built in Detroit, flagship supercar is back and ready to take on the performance car world,” said Ralph Gilles, President and CEO – Street and Racing Technology Brand and Motorsports, Chrysler Group LLC. “Beyond being the flagship for the new SRT brand, the launch of the 2013 Viper proves that we simply would not let the performance icon of the Chrysler Group die. Willed to live on by a very special group of performance enthusiasts inside the company and across Viper Nation, this SRT team under our new leadership was challenged to not just continue the legendary Viper, but to create a world-class supercar that would showcase the very best we have to offer.”
The Mopar® brand will introduce a new Chrysler Group owner website, called Owner’s Center, at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The new site, targeted at Chrysler Group vehicle owners, offers personalized features and services tailored to customer needs. 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show attendees will be among the first to experience the new site, which officially launches on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
The Owner’s Center may be accessed from the Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram Truck and Fiat brand websites by clicking “Owners” at the top of each website or by typing one of the following URLs into any web browser:
- Ram expands innovative RamBox® system to accommodate 6-foot-4-inch bed lengths
- RamBox now available in all trim levels and Ram HD models
Now, in addition to the 5-foot-7-inch RamBox, which was previously available only on Ram 1500 Crew Cab models, buyers can opt for RamBox on Ram pickups with 6-foot-4-inch bed lengths, including Ram 1500 regular cab and Quad Cab® models and Ram 2500 and 3500 (single rear wheel) Crew Cab and Mega Cab models.
Ram also will offer the RamBox option on the ST price class, making the feature available on all trim levels.
New Chrysler 300 Commercial.
We did some searching and came up with what may be the next Mini Jeep. Introducing the FIAT Panda Cross 4×4. This little fellow currently being sold in Europe might make a wonderful entry level jeep. Not only could it be sold for less than 15k, but it also gets 40+ mpg’s.
There have been a lot of rumors surrounding possible vehicles that will be introduced to the U.S. since FIAT took control of Chrysler. Just add this one to an already growing list.
You’ve got to love this new Ram commercial.