Viper goes fast, rubs it in.
Dodge is throwing this generation of the Viper one heck of a going-away party. Not content with the street-legal 2010 Viper SRT10 ACR's production lap records at Laguna Seca and Nurburgring, the special edition ACR-X goes track-only to rub it in.
Though it runs with the same 8.4-liter V10 as the ACR, the ACR-X ups the horsepower from 600 to 640 by adding a new set of headers and a low-restriction exhaust system. Combine that with an upgraded track-tuned suspension, factory roll-cage, fuel cell, race seat, and 160-pound diet, and you've got some serious competition cred. The Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X is priced at $110,000 (about $30,000 under the Viper Competition Coupe) and should be available by spring 2010.
Two other special editions have been announced as well. The Vooodoo Edition is a stock ACR painted black, striped silver down the driver's side, and limited to a ten unit production run. The 1:33 edition (of which only 33 will be manufactured) commemorates the car's record-breaking Laguna performance, featuring red and black detailing on the seats, console trim, and instrument cluster. Even more special editions are on the way, so expect a serious Viper showing by February's Chicago Auto Show.
« Last Post
Next Post »
View all Posts from this Blog