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DODGE Viper Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 9
First production year: 1991
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

2012 - 2017

The Dodge Viper released in 2012 at the New York Auto Show and was the fifth generation of the model, the first one being unveiled in 1991, with its prototype tested in 1989. The Viper is a 2-seater coupe available in 2 trim levels: the base Viper and the GTS version. The new generation returned with a new design and a new interior. Although it used the same 8.4-liter V10 hand-assembled engine ...

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  DODGE SRT Viper 8.4L V10 6MT (650 HP)driven: read

2007 - 2010

When Dodge dropped a V10 truck engine into a roadster back in 1991, it made the biggest, heaviest and most powerful front-engine go-kart in the world. The Viper had to be the answer for the European supercars and its performances were far better than anyone expected. Its speed and handling abilities transformed it into a mad track-weapon. Its unique styling was unmistakable. Even though it wa...

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  DODGE Viper SRT10 Roadster 8.4L V10 6MT (608 HP)

2007 - 2010

Dodge introduced the fourth generation of its monstrous supercar Viper in 2007 as a 2008 model year and showed a meaner, aggressive look. With a design that left no room for errors, the Viper was already a feared competitor on the tracks, even by the best European supercars from that era. Moreover, the carmaker prepared a special version for the coupe-shaped model named ACR (American Club Rac...

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  DODGE Viper SRT10 Coupe 8.4

2003 - 2007

Dodge introduced the third generation of the Viper SRT10 Roadster in 2002 and reignited the horsepower war among the American sportscars. The Viper has stirred the market ever since its introduction back in 1991. It was unveiled as a roadster, and the coupe version came later. In its twelve years on the market, it became known on racetracks around the world, competing against the Ferrari, Lam...

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2003 - 2007

Dodge introduced the third generation of the Viper in 2002 in the roadster version and, in the following year, it came with the coupe version. By 2003, the Viper was already a phenomenon in the supersport arena. Its nameplate was known on the racetracks around the world, placed next to the Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Aston Martin. It wasn't only the U.S. sportscar anymore. But it was still ...

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1999

Dodge made a special version for the Viper in 1999 and named it ACR after the American Club Racing and carried over some GT2 technologies. The carmaker paid homage to the Viper GTS-R World Champion FIA GT2 race car with the ACR special edition. It turned it and enhanced its racing abilities, so private owners could use it on race weekends. Even though it was not a racing car, the technologies...

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1999

Dodge won the 1997 FIA GT2 Championship and did-it again in 1998, so the carmaker decided that it could build a special street-version of the winning car: the 1999 Viper GT2. Whether Dodge dropped a V-10 engine under the hood of a sports car or built an oversized go-kart around that powerplant, the result was magnificent. The result was a rocket-car for its times, and the Viper remained in th...

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1996 - 2002

In 1995 Dodge introduced the second generation of the Viper, and it offered it into a coupe shape that added more practicality without spoiling the performance. The Viper was the car that brought back the Dodge brand on the car magazines' front pages. Thanks to it, Chrysler ended the Corvette domination as the American fastest sports car and started a new car culture. It was a true daily...

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1991 - 2002

Dodge Viper is one of the most famous cars in the world, with numerous appearances in movies, TV shows and computer games plus a lot of variations and cars based on its original model. The first generation Dodge Viper RT/10 arrived in 1991 and proved to be a bit tricky to drive at high speeds than first expected, especially due to its high-performance engine which was capable of developing a max...

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