The company will release the 2017 Viper as the last model year for the iconic vehicle, which was introduced in 1992 but has seen some years where it’s been discontinued.
TFLcar’s Roman Mica was in Chelsea, Michigan recently getting a look at the new Viper and seeing some limited-edition models that will commemorate some of the best models of the Viper over its 25-year history.
A representative from Dodge gave an overview of the four limited-edition models, which included a Voodoo Two, ACR 128, GTS-R and GTC models.
Dodge expects to only produce 31 of the Voodoo Two models, which commemorate the first Voodoo from 2010; 28 of the ARC 128, which commemorates Dodge’s track record at Laguna Seca; 100 of the GTS-R, which commemorates the original model released in 1998; and 25 of the GTC, which commemorates the Viper’s most highly customizable model.
Will 2017 be the end of the Viper? And, is it still a fun car to drive that stays true to its American heritage? Find out by watching the full TFLcar video above.