Mopar (a conjunction of MOtor and PARts) is the Chrysler Groupâ€™s parts and services division, and also responsible for occasionally acting as the brandâ€™s aftermarket performance division. Their latest creation, debuted at the Detroit Auto Show, is a Dodge Viper SRT-10 with an attitude. Under the old mantra â€œthereâ€™s no replacement for displacementâ€, MOPAR found a monstorous 675 horsepower hiding within their 8.4-liter V10 thanks to better cooling, a cold-air intake, and a variety of other tweaks. In addition to the go fast good stuff, they added adjustable suspension, blacked-out alloy wheels wrapped in Michelin rubber, some nice carbon fiber body appendages, and painted the entire thing in anthracite-gray with a bold red stripe running down the passengerâ€™s side. Venom never looked like so much fun.