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2013 Viper accidentally revealed in a Hot Wheels toy

Kamil Kaluski February 22, 2012 All Things Hoon 15 Comments

Squint. The above is the 2013 SRT Viper. Correction, that’s the Hot Wheels 2013 Dodge Viper. Allegedly. Supposedly.

Could it be that Dodge or SRT, whatever the proper name maybe these days, accidentally introduced the 2013 Viper in a large Hot Wheels scale? Weirder things have happened. Below is the “official teaser” released by the Chrysler Corporation. Squint again. NACA duct in the middle, headlights curved to the sides and back. This may very well be it. The spy shot after the jump reveals two intake ducts, one on each side of the NACA duct.


[Image Source: t-hunted (Hot Wheels), Drive SRT (teaser), MotorAuthority (spy shot)]

Currently there are 15 comments on this article:

  1. Maymar says:

    It somehow seems fitting – there are few production cars that have more natural synergy with Hot Wheels than the Viper.

  2. IronBallsMcG says:

    My understanding is that if you reveal your Viper, you can't live in a school zone.

  3. Van_Sarockin says:

    Corrected headline: Viper Is A Hot Wheels Toy.

  4. P161911 says:

    Reminds me of this:
    <img src="http://oldmodelkits.com/jpegs/Testors72%20F-19.JPG"width=500&gt;

    Another secret revealed in a toy, sort of.

  5. BlackIce_GTS says:

    It's happened before, they released this first-year C4 Corvette before GM had revealed it.

  6. Unknown says:

    Speech less. Its really great outstanding….

  7. RichardKopf says:

    Intake ducts + NACA duct = women reproductive parts.

  8. BlackIce_GTS says:

    Another tradition!:
    (if this isn't safe for work, you work with people that have serious issues, but I'm going to link to it anyway.)

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