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Next-Gen Dodge Viper Motorhome Revealed

June 20, 2011 by Rex Vogel · 14 Comments  
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Have you ever wondered what a motorhome would look like if it was based on a more glamorous prototype?

DriveSRT(Street & Racing Technology) recently released the world’s first supercar motorhome—a possible reincarnation of the Dodge SRT-10—on its Facebook fan page.

Automakers and RV manufacturers frequently reveal future products online, sometimes on purpose while other times supposedly by accident.

Next-gen Viper camper van. (Credit: DriveSRT)

Next-gen Viper camper van. (Credit: DriveSRT)

But what do you do when your Facebook fans clamor for insider information on the upcoming 2013 Dodge Viper?

You give the people what they want.

Yet, sometimes stupid questions beget stupid answers.

In response to numerous requests for early looks at the next-generation of the Dodge Viper, the DriveSRT Facebook page gives us…a Dodge Viper motorhome.

Yes, it’s a Viper SRT 10 three-axle camper van, and yes, it’s still sporting the old Viper front-end.

No, it’s not a great photo.

DriveSRT’s statement: “Like many of you, Twitter user @DaveOrrSales asked for a taste of what’s to come at SRT. We dodged death to sneak you this top-secret photo. That’s all you get, crew,” said the team revealing the Viper SRT-10 with more than a hint of tongue-in-cheek.

Whilst the Viper SRT-10 may do a top speed of 202 mph, the Viper was always renowned for its erratic handling, although the Chrysler team appears to have fixed that by adding an extra axle and two extra wheels.

We’ll all have to wait awhile to see the all-new Viper.

Although they claim that this sketch is “a taste of what’s to come”, don’t expect to see the Viper SRT-10 motorhome on your dealer’s lot anytime soon…Like the rest of us you’ll have to keep dreaming!

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14 Responses to “Next-Gen Dodge Viper Motorhome Revealed”

  1. Cdr p.w. Prawl, USN RET on June 20th, 2011 4:57 pm

    I have oftn wondered why no manufacturer would co operate with an RV manufacturer and make a front wheel drive light duty diesel with singlewheel tag axle! Technical problems are minimal, with all the 4wd heavy duty vehicles manufactured. Advantages in storage, handling are obvious, as wel as lightness and low fuel consumption. Weight savings would be obvious.

  2. Geoffrey Pruett on June 20th, 2011 5:41 pm

    The lack of front drive eurovans probably dates to the LeSharo even though the current Sprinter makes a good combo it did not start life as a “lite” front drive diesel but as a work truck just like the source of most USA base units. The one that has promise in the newer imported designs is the Ford mini delivery van but the only flavor available in the US is a ecoteck gas engine. A very capable unit but the european model has a choice of two flavors of diesel.
    Perhaps next year?

  3. butterbean carpenter on June 20th, 2011 6:49 pm

    Howdy Rex,

    What kinda brakes does it have ?? It will have to have a rubber front end…

    Smooth roads, clear skies & balmy breezes !!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Guido Bee on September 13th, 2011 5:05 pm

    Response to pw Prawl, a bit late…
    GM had an RV 35 or so years ago powered by the same drive train as a Toronado. Something line 7 or 8 liters of gas motor and a front drive that eventually found its way into the ElDorado (Cadillac). I guess it would be best described as a Class A. Interesting styling, and it had a rear dual plus a tag axle arrangement. I cannot recall the name that was on it, and I’m not positive that GM actually was the builder of the whole unit.
    Might google it and get some sort of a response.

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