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SRT Releases Second Viper Teaser

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On: Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 11:41AM | By: Chris Weiss

SRT Releases Second Viper Teaser

If we were making the rules, successive teaser photos would be required to reveal more of the car in question. What good is a teaser if it reveals less than you already know? Since we don't make the rules, we get things like the latest SRT Viper teaser.

SRT (the Viper is SRT's baby now, if you hadn't heard) released the first Viper teaser a couple of weeks ago. While the Viper was enshrouded by darkness, the teaser at least revealed a little of the new model's shape.

The new teaser does us no such courtesy. It shows what is clearly some type of air vent covered in carbon fiber, some red paint and nothing - we mean nothing - else. If we had to guess based on the size and shape of the carbon fiber vent, we'd say it was a side air intake.

It looks like guessing, more than teasing, is what SRT is going for. Along with the new photo, SRT wrote "Tell us what you see" on its Facebook page. What do we see? A really poor teaser photo for a car that we're quite excited to see.

At least we know what the new Viper logo looks like.

Hopefully SRT will be a little more generous with its next teaser photo. If not, we'll have to wait until the New York Auto Show in April to really get a feel for Chrysler's new flagship.

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Sami18 | 11:45AM (Wed, Feb 22, 2012)

This would have to be the worst teaser photo i have seen so far, could we at least get a headlight or taillight?


Stephy21 | 11:47AM (Wed, Feb 22, 2012)

Here we go with teaser photos again, i just dont see the point of it if we only get to see a small portion of what looks like nothing.

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