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A bespoke SRT Viper GTS inspired by Italy and created as a tribute to Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne will be auctioned for charity.

The one-off SRT Viper GTS was unveiled at a Sons of Italy Foundation event this week, sporting Avorio Perla white paint, black vapour chrome wheels, tricolour badges and seat stripes, and other subtle interior tweaks.

Marchionne donated the 477kW/814Nm 8.4-litre V10-powered American supercar to the foundation, which is the philanthropic arm of the Order Sons of Italy in America, the oldest and largest organisation supporting men and women of Italian heritage in the US.

The US$120,395 ($124,900) SRT Viper GTS is the flagship model in the fifth-generation snake family, offering a long list of exclusive features including an adjustable suspension with Bilstein shocks, Brembo brake discs with red calipers, four-mode electronic stability control with Sport and Track settings, and a 12-speaker Harmon Kardon audio system with two subwoofers and surround sound.

  • Marka

    American muscle with an Italian leather interior…*drools*

  • awal

    I’m really surprised Fiat hasnt used the Viper chassis, added a Maserati V8 (the new twin turbo?) plus a ferrari transmission and made it into a special edition Alfa sports car? Surely the development costs wouldnt be huge if it’s a parts bin special.

  • crouchy35

    Wow it doesn’t look great in white…..

  • Rick

    One of my all time favourite sports cars