New Dodge SRT Viper ACR -

Dodge SRT Viper ACR

New Dodge SRT Viper ACR Price, Pictures, and Specs -
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The Dodge Viper has commonly been referred to as a “clique” car. It appealed to the small number of people who felt comfortable shelling out nearly $100,000 for a Dodge and frankly sales reflected that. The Viper was also known for not exactly being the most subtle car on the market with its massive V10 engine, seemingly endless hood, and side-mounted exhaust pipes. So naturally Dodge took a rational approach to improve the Viper and gave it an even more extreme aerodynamic kit to create the Dodge Viper ACR. The list of body modifications include a massive adjustable duel-element rear wing, a carbon fiber diffuser, unique hood with removable louvers, a detachable front splitter and finally two dive planes on either side of the front bumper. The end result is bodywork that creates an impressive 2000 lbs of downforce at 177 miles per hour.
The Viper ACR retains the same 8.4L V10 engine as the standard Viper sending 645-hp and 600 lb/ft of torque to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual (yes, manual) transmission. A notable change between the standard Viper and the Viper ACR is the difference in wheel sizes. The Viper ACR utilizes 295/25/19 measured tires up front and 355/30/19 measured out back resulting in the largest combined contact patch available on any production vehicle. Clearly indicating that the Viper ACR can handle itself on the tract, Dodge SRT management even stands behind the claim that the ACR can “withstand severe track duty in temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit with a professional driver”. Point taken then.
Inside the Viper ACR receives a driver-focused interior with nearly all touch surfaces wrapped in Alcantara. The standard steering wheel has been replaced with a high-grip wheel with a center color racing stripe and unique ACR badging. Deep bucket seats hold you tight even through the hard sweeping bends. Of course through SRT’s “1 of 1” Viper program buyers can actually choose from a number of various color and trim components totaling up to an impressive 25 million different possible Viper combinations. The central multimedia system is the familiar unit across the Fiat-Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge brands while also incorporating some interesting track apps to display G-forces, lap times, and vehicle diagnostic information.
Although Dodge plans on ending production of the Viper in 2017, the Viper ACR certainly shows that it plans on leaving us with a bang. Putting several hundred thousand dollar supercars on notice is certainly a good way to go out. The Dodge Viper ACR competes against the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, Lamborghini Aventador, and McLaren 675LT.

The Stats
Starting Price: $120,895
Engine: 8.4L V10
Horsepower: 645
Torque: 600 lb/ft
0-60 MPH: 3.2 Seconds
Fuel Economy: 12/21 mpg
Safety Rating: 4 Stars

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