SRT (Street & Racing Technology) is an American car brand that began as a performance division within Chrysler LLC. The SRT name was added to the performance versions of Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler models.  In 2012, SRT became a separate car brand with the release of the latest Viper.

SRT ceased to exist as an independent brand in 2014 after the discontinuation of the SRT Viper and the announcement of Viper's reintegration into Dodge brand. SRT continues to produce high-performance variants of vehicles under Chrysler LLC and the products continue to carry SRT in their name.


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Challenger SRT-8 392 NFSMW2012CarIcon 2012 - present 6.4L V8 470 bhp 470 lb⋅ft 4.5 secs. 182 mph 6-speed FR 1891 kg
Viper GTS (VX I) NFSMW2012CarIcon 2012 - 2017 8.4L V10 640 bhp 600 lb⋅ft 3.3 secs. 208 mph 6-speed FR 1556 kg
Viper TA (VX I) NFSMW2012CarIcon 2013 - 2014 8.4L V10 640 bhp 600 lb⋅ft 3.3 secs. 193 mph 6-speed FR 1544 kg
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