It is official, the production of the Dodge Viper will end this year. It is a sad ...
It is official, the production of the Dodge Viper will end this year. It is a sad end for this beloved line of classics, which entered production in 1992 after amusing fans as a concept car at the 1989 North American International Auto Show. After receiving upgrades in 1996, 2003, and 2008, the Viper’s production ceased temporarily in 2010 due to Chrysler’s bankruptcy. Fortunately, the car came roaring back in 2013, but its time was limited…and now that time is over.
In existence for 25 years now, it has endeared itself to car enthusiasts the world over and claimed its stake as the quintessential American sports car. The final Dodge Viper ACR was designed and engineered to shatter track records: 14 of them to be exact. Pennzoil decided to cement the legacy of the maniac street-legal racing car for a farewell performance in ‘The Last Viper.’
Pennzoil represents the venom in every Viper. With Pennzoil Ultra Platinum running through the veins of the Dodge Viper ACR’s 8.4-liter V10 all-aluminum naturally aspirated mill, every ounce of the car’s 645 horsepower was used to barrel its way through the sprawling grid of Miami.
Click play, pump up the volume and watch a kicking and screaming, track melting machine take a bow and drive off into the sunset.
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