With a list price of $99,390, the 2013 SRT Viper will be Chrysler's most expensive – and most powerful – modern production car when it goes on sale later this year.
That price includes a mandatory $1,995 destination charge, but it doesn't factor in a federal Gas Guzzler tax that will almost certainly be levied on the high-performance two-door.
By comparison, the last Viper listed for around $91,000 when it went out of production in 2010.
Topping the range will be the $122,390 Viper GTS, which includes additional standard equipment including a two-mode driver-adjustable suspension and leather Sabelt racing seats.
Viper's $1,995 destination charge – which includes delivery and dealer preparation – is at least double that of most vehicles because Vipers will be shipped to dealers by covered trucks rather than by trains.
The Viper undercuts its closest domestic rival, the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, by about $13,000, although the 'Vette features more standard equipment.
Viper production begins in November.