New details on the run-out model of the iconic supercar
9 April 2010

Dodge has revealed its will build just 50 units of the Viper SRT10 Final Edition, which is the run-out model for the iconic supercar.

The car will be available in coupe, roadster and America Club Racer (ACR) variants. All models will be painted in graphite with a black central stripe surrounded in red. Each model’s windscreen is surrounded in black and Final Edition badges feature on the sills.

Dodge will make 20 coupe versions, 18 roadsters and 12 ACRs. Powering each model is a 8.4-litre V10 engine, which produces 592bhp and 560lb ft of torque. The Viper can get from 0-60mph in less than four seconds and go on to reach a top speed of more than 200mph.

Production of the Final Edition models is expected to commence in the summer. The Viper will be replaced in 2012, but whether that car will carry the Viper name has yet to be decided.

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9 April 2010


I've always thought that the Viper is one of the best looking Supercars out there. It just looks stunning!

9 April 2010

It's been around for a long time now, i drove one in '94 in florida and was gob smacked by it, it's another car i'd love in my lottery winning dream garage.

Blue coupe with white stripes please!

9 April 2010

You could always go for this
instead. Same engine as the Viper. Slightly more expensive, mind. A lot quicker though...

9 April 2010

[quote Dan McNeil v2]You could always go for this
instead. Same engine as the Viper. Slightly more expensive, mind. A lot quicker though...[/quote]

If I won the lotto , I'd get both. Contrast and compare would be fun- although Id have to live near a race track

9 April 2010

It does look dated now, but is of course an incredibly impressive car in a meaty old school way. I wouldn't turn one down as a gift, but my own cash would go on something else...

...and 70bhp per litre wow!

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