This Is the Last Dodge Viper

As first reported last month, production at FCA's Conner Avenue Assembly plant stopped yesterday, following the sign-off of a red Viper with chrome wheels. The Dodge Viper, America's greatest car, is officially dead.

Per an Instagram comment from FCA design chief Ralph Gilles, the last Viper is headed to the company's heritage collection. The last customer Viper is a yellow ACR with black racing stripes.

The Viper lived through five generations, terrifying rear tires since its introduction in 1992. The current-generation Viper first hit the market in 2013, but since it's mostly hand-built, it was never cheap enough to be truly competitive against cars like the Corvette Z06. Read more about The Last Dodge Viper...

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19 Mar 2018