Dodge Viper is among the most legendary sports cars ever introduced. This car has been entertaining many sports car lovers around the world for over 20 years now. After the shocking announcement made by Chrysler officials, stating that the production of Dodge Viper will be terminated in Summer 2010, the company introduced a new variant that will certainly entertain racing fans and Viper owners across the globe; the Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X.
The Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X is not designed to be street legal at all. This is a sports car that can only be used on racetracks. Luckily, there are also several events where you can punch the throttle of this amazing car to the max and compete with other sports car for cash prizes. Being sold for a little over $100,000, Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X is one sports car that will sell like peanuts for sure.
There are several interesting features that are always seen in every Viper release. The staggering, rather raw, V10 engine, for example, is among the most powerful engines ever produced. You will certainly love the engine’s capability in producing immense force in a matter of milliseconds. The raw power is not for everyone though, because not a single Viper release is equipped with technological security features such as ABS or power management.
All in all, Dodge Viper is an amazing sports car we all going to love and miss. Fiat, the new owner of Chrysler, is bringing several versions of Dodge Viper to their R&D facility for research, so it is still very possible to see a future Dodge Viper release; security features will of course be added – making the car less raw compared to the original versions – but until it is officially announced we can only hope for the best.