Dodge Built the Viper ACR Roadster
Some of the special Vipers have been dedicated to the company’s top dealers, with Dodge also releasing the ACR-X model that is only destined for racing . The racing car has its own motorsport series, the Dodge Viper Cup Series. The championship has given birth to a crazy Viper too.
However, it seems that the automotive producer just couldn’t resist the temptation to create a bespoke version for the hardcore incarnation of the road-legal Viper, the ACR (American Club Racer).
According to autoweek, the company’s top-selling dealer, Woodhouse Dodge (located in Blair, Nebraska) asked the mother company to take the roof of the Viper ACR.
All said and done. Dodge’s SRT division worked hard to create the Viper ACR convertible, offering the dealer a limited production of 20 examples. Dubbed the Viper SRT10 Convertible ACR Woodhouse limited edition (we know, the whole story is filled with all kind of names), the car was no easy task to complete.
Dodge engineers worked hard to compensate for the topless version’s less aerodynamic and rigid body. The vehicle was fitted with an adjustable suspension, new brakes and rims, as well as a modified gearbox, with the icing on the cake being the new aerodynamic package you can see in the adjacent image.
Want one? Head for Nebraska with $107,310 at your disposal.