Just drove the 2016 Viper GT on track and am still in V10 nirvana.
But there is a new king in the Viper range: the road-legal American Club Racer.
Seeing the car in person is a jaw-dropping experience — this exterior is the coolest supercar since the TVR Sagaris!
Huge new fender vent slashes, a underbody fully shrouded with air channels, and a nose and tail treatment more aggressive than even the wildest tuners can make real.
Let alone make for sale as a $20k option!
2016 Dodge VIPER ACR
Welcome to the fastest road-legal Viper of all time! The 2016 Viper ACR debuts a major chassis upfit with new adjustable Bilstein dampers, Carbon brakes, a new Extreme Aero kit, lightweight cabin and specially formulated Kumho rubber. The combination creates a potent machine with flypaper grip around corners and nearly 1-ton of downforce near its top speed.
The available Extreme Aero kit wears a huge and dramatic adjustable splitter, multi-wing spats and a giant lightweight wing. Integral brake ducts and vents are also beefed up for the ACR, with the visible fender slices a seriously cool detail.
The shocks are quite impressive: two-way-adjustable Bilsteins with ten settings for rebound and compression. THe ability to adjust each independently is real race-level optimization of the Viper ACR’s performance chops. Even more special, perhaps, is the full three inch ride-height drop you can dial in at the most extreme setting.
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