It appears they released the car in the "classiest" color available. They've made a much better car and are marketing it to compete with the exotics vs. the traditional Viper owner who wants an engine and a milk crate to sit on. As such, it makes sense to release it in that metallic "candy apple" red color vs. say Snakeskin green (my all-time favorite). I think GTS blue with white stripes would have been rad, but probably would have diminished the differentiation between the new car and the Gen-II.Good god, why did they release that car in red?
I concur... the blacked out grill gives it a ferocious open-mouth look. Painting it really clutters up the front end.NO Way! If they color match the grill to the car it will be too busy. I like the open mouth look. Make it car color and I will rattle can it black. GTS Bruce
Oh yeaa... I just came in to ask the same question and this was the first hit on the forum page. NO double post for me this time This is exactly what I would like to see in a production car. No fog lights?
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