The Viper is both all-American and a true exotic, with lots of curves and bulges in all the right places to let you know it means business.The long nose, bodacious body, and predatory stare give the Viper a menacing look, while its 645-hp, 8.4-liter V-10 can catapult it to 60 mph in about three seconds
For the ultimate track monster, check out the Viper ACR. With all kinds of aero aids, special tires by Kumho and carbon-ceramic brakes, Dodge says it is the fastest Viper on a racetrack.
- 0-60-3.4 sec
- Horse Power-645 hp
- EPA-12/21 mpg
DODGE VIPER SAFETY:
Standard features include electronic multistage stability control, traction control, and a new four-channel antilock brake system. The 2017 Dodge Viper also gets standard park distance control, rearview camera, standard driver passenger and side airbags, brake assist, and daytime running lights.
DODGE VIPER INTERIOR:
The Viper’s cabin is surprisingly roomy for such a low-slung coupe. Dodge claims drivers up to 6-feet-7-inches tall should fit within its confines.There’s plenty of head room and leg room for most drivers, and the seats are both comfortable and adjustable
The steering wheel and pedals also move to get the best possible fit. You’ll want as much physical comfort in the Viper as possible, as it’s a very noisy place to be, even cruising at low engine speeds on a smooth country road.
Cargo space is fair, at 14.65 cubic feet, but the odd shape under the rear hatch means soft-sided bags will be the best bet for longer trips.