Sure, the Viper in question is not exactly stock, but the American supercar doesn’t pack any exterior mods that give away its tech upgrade. Still, the Viper must have been taken past the Aventador’s 700 hp output, since the Dodge managed to leave the Raging Bull behind in a serious manner.
We must also discuss the weight of the two cars and we’ll remind you they are pretty close to each other when it comes to this aspect. While the Aventador tips the scales at 3,472 lbs (1,575 kg), the Viper is slightly lighter, weighing 3,354 lbs (1,521 kg).
The snake packs a set of full bolt on mods, but the exact details of the custom engine compartment job have not been mentioned.
As for the Aventador, this might also pack a little over the 700 bulls its Sant’Agata Bolognese factory has gifted it with, since the V12 supercar has been fitted with air filters supplied by BMC, as well as with a custom exhaust system.
The two supercars go down the usual route pursued by those who turn to street racing, opting for a rolling start race that takes place on the highway.
And while the Viper also serves as the camera car, the voice of its tweaked V10 is not the only thing you’ll hear in the clip - the Lambo is fully present too.