The Dodge Viper is a two-seater Super Sports car built by Dodge from 1992 to 2017. Known for its brisk acceleration and aggressive styling Viper is a popular choice amongst racing enthusiasts. Debuted in 1992 the original Viper packs a 400-hp 8.0 liter naturally aspirated V10 generating a whopping 465 lb-ft of peak torque mated to a 6-speed BorgWarner T56 manual transmission. The car is able to accelerate from 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) in 4.6 seconds and has a top speed of 266 Kmph.
The Viper did not have modern driver aids like traction control or ABS. There is no door handle either, the entry is by unzipping a window made of vinyl to access the door release handle. Air-conditioning is an optional add-on from 1994 onwards. For the goal of weight reduction, the Viper is devoid of airbags, the most important piece of safety equipment. Manually adjustable seats, an AM/FM music player, a clock, and carpeting were the only amenities.
Whereas the 2017 model, the last year of manufacture of Dodge is a different story. Viper has evolved to a modern hyper car over the years. It’s now powered by a 645 hp V10 capable of launching the car to 100 Kmph in just 3.3 seconds.
Concept designer and digital artist Luca Serafini has created a concept car based out the Dodge Viper. The wide body kitted custom Viper is equipped with carbon fiber body panels including the front splitter and side skirt extensions and Advan GT rims. Massive yellow LED light clusters adorn both ends of the Supercar.
- Advan GT rims
- AP Racing calipers
- Full carbon aero kit
- Classic B&Y livery paint
- Porsche GT3 rearview mirrors