When Street and Racing Technology, Chrysler’s famed performance group, got their hands on the already sinister Viper, something very powerful and very fast was going to emerge. The result was so good, it replaced the entire Viper range. The SRT-10 packs some serious firepower, with 505 cubic inches (that’s 8.3 liters for you metric types) straining to burst through the prominent hoodscoop. The new bodywork is similar to the old Viper, except distilled and concentrated into a super-strong brew of Mopar muscle. Howitzer-class side-exit exhaust bores harken back to the original Viper’s units, although they’re less likely to scald your legs. Deep side vents in the front fenders and huge chrome rims set off the arched front fenders, and out back there’s a subtly integrated rear decklid spoiler (the only subtle part of the Viper SRT-10). With the top down, the roar of the V10 is staggering. After all these years, there’s nothing quite in the Viper’s class, and that’s a triumph for the big snake with the Dodge badge.