The 2017 Dodge Viper Commemorates 25 Years With One Final Lap

After owning the asphalt for 25 years running, the Dodge Viper will roar one final time with the 2017 model — the final year of production for the legendary supercar. Dodge is celebrating the milestone with five exclusive limited-edition models designed to highlight several of the most iconic special-edition Vipers. 
 

 

2017 Dodge Viper Revs Its Engine 

In keeping with 25 years of tradition, the 2017 Dodge Viper is built to do more than perform — it’s handcrafted in Detroit to leave the competition in the dust. All 2017 Dodge Vipers are powered by…

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The 2017 Dodge Viper Commemorates 25 Years With One Final Lap

2016 NHRA Winternationals – SRT® Hellcat Style

 

The NHRA Winternationals in Pomona, CA is steeped in tradition and for 56 years, it’s been the jumping-off point for the start of the drag-racing season. The fact that the LA County Fairgrounds (now called Auto Club Raceway at Pomona) has hosted the Winternationals since 1961 is just plain cool. It’s sort of like watching a historic battlefield reenactment, but the soldiers have modernized weapons and the war they’re waging is real. 
 

It was on this very same pavement in 1963 that the 426 Max Wedge Dodge cleaned house in Super Stock….

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2016 NHRA Winternationals – SRT® Hellcat Style

Striking the Right Balance – The Development of the Viper ACR’s Interior

 

The Viper ACR occupies a pretty unique place within the automotive universe. Yes, it is the ultimate street-legal car you can buy to race around a road course, but that only alludes to what makes it so rare. The fact that it’s so fast around the track while also being legal for the road is what makes designing a car like the ACR so difficult. Yes, it is track focused, but it’s also a hand-built, American-made exotic, and owners expect the features that come along with such a label. 
 

While this balance…

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Striking the Right Balance – The Development of the Viper ACR’s Interior