In comparison to its predecessor, the Viper SRT-10 has a restyled exterior and a larger and more powerful version of the previously utilised 8.0L V10. It retains the double stripes and the roof shape of the GTS.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted
The Viper SRT-10 appears in Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
Its strongest aspect is acceleration, although it tends to oversteer very easily through corners as it has a rear-wheel drive configuration and can produce a lot of torque. Its heavy weight makes it useful in Pursuits.
Upon being unlocked, it can be purchased in the Career mode from a Car Lot for 98,000 cash, and it can be selected for customisation in My Cars.
Joe "JV" Vega's
Joe "JV" Vega drives a customised Viper SRT10, which is made available as a Bonus car for use in Quick Race or multiplayer after he is defeated in the Career mode. It can not be selected for customisation in My Cars.
A custom Viper SRT10 is offered in the Challenge Series and can be driven in two events:
- #21 - Tollbooth Time Trial: Complete "Skyview & Waterfront" in less than four minutes.
- #22 - Roadblocks: Dodge six police roadblocks in a Heat Level 3 pursuit and evade.
It can not be unlocked for use in any events or game modes outside of its two Challenge Series events.
Challenge Series vehicle
Top Speed 7
Need for Speed: Carbon
As a fast accelerating car with a high top speed, it can shine in circuit events with few corners, but it can suffer from understeer.
The stock Viper SRT10 is unlocked for purchase in the Career mode depending on the player's chosen career path:
- Exotic: Win the "Bowen Avenue" event in Shady Pine, Silverton
- Muscle: Take over Neon Mile, Silverton
- Tuner: Take over Shady Pine, Silverton
Once unlocked, it can be purchased from any Car Lot for 150,000 cash.
Top Speed 5.4
Need for Speed: ProStreet
The Viper SRT-10 appears in Need for Speed: ProStreet as a Tier 3 vehicle with a $80,000 price tag. It is made available as an optional reward to the player upon them dominating the Autobahnring II (Super Promotion) race day.
It is a competitive Drag and Speed Challenge car with powerful acceleration, which comes at the cost of handling.
An Energizer Lithium edition Viper SRT-10 will be added to the player's garage upon entering the cheat code "WORLDSLONGESTLASTING".
Need for Speed: Undercover
The Viper SRT-10 appears in Need for Speed: Undercover as a tier 2 vehicle with a $195,000 price tag. It is unlocked upon reaching Wheelman Level 9.5. It appears in the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Wii releases with a price tag of $78,000.
The SRT-10 is one of the fastest accelerating tier 2 cars, being up to par with the Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG and 1967 Shelby GT500. Handling counts as one of its weaker traits. Top speed is 216 mph (347 km/h).
Brad "Nickel" Rogers drives a white Viper SRT-10 with black stripes that is also included with the downloadable Boss Car Bundle. It has a high top speed of 245 mph (394 km/h), overwhelming acceleration and twitchy handling.
|Caliber||R/T '07 (PM)|
|Challenger||Concept '06 · R/T 426 HEMI '71 (Gen. 1) · R/T 440 '71 (Gen. 1) · SRT Demon '18 (Gen. 3) · SRT8 '10 (Gen. 3) · SRT8 392 '14 (Gen. 3)|
|Charger||Coupe '69 (Gen. 2) · R/T '69 (Gen. 2) · R/T '70 (Gen. 2) · SRT Hellcat '15 (Gen. 7) · SRT8 '13 (Gen. 7) · SRT8 '06 (Gen. 6) · SRT8 Highway Patrol '13 (Gen. 7) · SRT8 Highway Patrol '06 (Gen. 6) · SRT8 Federal Cruiser '06 (Gen. 6) · SRT8 Super Bee '07 (Gen. 6) · SRT8 Super Bee Civic Cruiser '07 (Gen. 6) · SRT8 Super Bee Civic Undercover Cruiser '07 (Gen. 6)|
|Coronet||Super Bee Six Pack '69|
|Grand Caravan||SE '08 (Gen. 5)|
|Magnum||R/T '08 (LX)|
|Neon||2.0i '99 (Gen. 1)|
|Ram||1500 Laramie '09 (DS)|
|Viper||GTS '97 (SR II) · GTS '14 (VX I) · RT/10 '94 (SR I) · SRT-10 '06 (ZB I) · SRT-10 '08 (ZB II) · SRT-10 ACR '10 (ZB II) · SRT-10 ACR-X '10 (ZB II) · SRT Competition Coupe '03 (ZB II) · SRT-10 Final Edition '10 (ZB II) · TA '13 (VX I)|