Dodge considers the new Viper ACR to be the exact opposite of the Sledgehammer-packaged Vipers. Geared up with plenty of carbon fiber components including the massive aero wing, and an adjustable splitter, this Viper is at home on the track. The body shell is outfitted with several snap-in snap-out intake covers to manage airflow around the tires, and the brakes are humongous, because you’ll need all the stopping power you can get to make the Viper’s 8.4-liter, naturally-aspirated V10 calm down for a moment. The Viper may be a bit rough around the edges, a bit temperamental, but it’s still America’s supercar.
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