The final day of exclusive press access to the 2010 New York International Auto Show drew to a close this afternoon and tomorrow, the doors at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center will be flung open to the public. If you aren’t one of those lucky few who are able to attend this year, there’s no need to despair. We utilized our behind-the-scenes passes for more than just free breakfast this year and spent the last two days snapping high-res images of every piece of machinery bearing the Dodge logo.
Our friends at the Chrysler LLC Blog, Ed Garsten and Scott Anderson, were lucky enough to be on hand this week as the first of 25 Viper ACR-X models began production, and they’re sharing their exclusive footage with us.
This non-street legal, spec-series racer featured in the video above (and the pictures here) is powered by a 640-horsepower track-bred beast – the infamous SRT-developed 8.4-liter V-10 engine. Currently,…Read More
Last week at the Conner Avenue factory, production began on Dodge Viper serial number ACR-X001. The ACR-X001, however, is not just any ordinary car or even ordinary Viper, as it’s poised to continue Vipers storied racing history.
To celebrate this, Red Letter Dodge is giving our loyal readers an insider peak courtesy of the Viper team. Over the past few days, they were on hand at Conner Avenue, snapping rare behind-the-scenes footage of the…Read More