Is the New Dodge Viper too Hot for Streets?
Every time a new affordable supercar comes out, two things happen: everyone drools and wrecks happen. When the Corvette came out with their latest variation, an accident was recorded within an hour of the first one leaving a dealership. The same thing happened with the third Mustang. Now, the Viper is hitting the streets and it’s quite a bit hotter than most of the cars out on the road today. In fact, it might just be the hottest of them all.
As the low-profile ride that even had a short-lived television show about it prepares for a 2016 release, we’ll see how many of them end up in a ditch or wrapped around a telephone pole. Cars with this sort of power should probably be accompanied by a full-blown training course before drivers are allowed to own it.
According to AutoBroadcast:
The 2016 Viper is the FASTEST street legal vehicle that Dodge has ever built. Top speed for the Viper ACR is 177 miles per hour. This is technically slower than the previous model year which topped 204, but with the combination of aerodynamics and highest downforce to date,