Viper GTS, with hood and hatchback both up, gathers crowd at Chicago auto show.
Dashboard of base Viper.
New Viper held to higher standard of craftsmanship.
Carbon fiber used throughout new Viper, even on shifter.
Five-point racing harness on track-ready Viper.
Carbon-fiber storage bin at shoulder height between seats.
Body-color trim on center-mounted air vents adds sporty interior feel.
Carbon fiber makes hatchback extremely light.
Small door opening makes Viper challenging for big frames.
Premium leather, stitching distinguish GTS interior.
Scott Krugger, SRT Viper's lead exterior designer.
Perforated leather part of premium-priced Viper GTS.
Gilles says Chrysler will never produce more than 2,000 Vipers annually.
Viper customers start taking delivery next month.
Storage bin widens behind rear axle. Wide enough for golf clubs?
Chrysler's Ralph Gilles says a convertible version of the new Viper is likely within a few years.
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