Five final editions mark the 25th and final year of Dodge Viper production
We could sadly say that the Dodge Viper is officially dead. We are not kidding. With five final editions Dodge will mark the end of the Viper production. 25 years of history and now the long-anticipated death of the supercar is upon us. In the end we will these five commemorative special editions. In the cover picture you saw four special Vipers. The one in black with red stripes commemorates Randy Pobst’s astounding 1:28.65 lap of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. This one is fitted with all go-fast equipment available for sale for a street legal vehicle. In the list with features you could find the Extreme Aero Package and carbon ceramic brakes.
28 examples will be built for the 1:28 Edition. It commemorates the Viper ACR 1:33 Edition produced in 2010. When you see the white Viper with the blue stripes you already know that this is the Viper GTS-R Commemorative Edition ACR. It’s just classic. This paint package was first done on the 1998 Viper GTS-R GT2 Championship Edition. This 1998 Viper was built to mark the Viper winning the 1997 FIA GT2 championship. From this white Viper Dodge is going to built 100 examples. The all-black special edition Viper is the Viper VooDoo II Edition ACR. Only 31 examples of this color package will be built. If you wonder what’s so special about this color, it’s the same graphite racing stripe as the 2010 VooDoo Edition.
The last one is done in green. This one could be recognized as the Viper Snakeskin Edition GTC. This one highlights the fact this supercar is named after a venomous snake.
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We don’t know nothing about the fifth edition, as it is going to be available through Dodge’s highest sales volume Viper dealers.