The driver-oriented cabin is very basic. It has traditional dials behind the old-school steering wheel, an HVAC system with rotary dials, air vents, additional water, voltage, and oil gauges, decent audio, handbrake lever, wipers, lights, seat controls, and that’s about it. Depending on the model and when it was made, fine leather upholstery, combined with some lively trim, is also part of the package, but beyond this, it’s you and the road, separated by some metal.
As a result, what you see is definitely what you get, sprinkled with an extra seat next to the driver and decent trunk capacity under the tailgate, and lots of road massage due to the stiff suspension. Moreover, you have to constantly be on top of it, or you will lose the back end, especially when attacking corners or driving it in the wet.
Now, if you have a soft spot for the Dodge Viper, then you have come to the right place, as you are about to see one attack the road, from the driver’s perspective. At a little over 16 minutes long, the video depicts the SRT-10 VOI.9 Edition and includes a lot of feedback, so we’d open that bag of chips now if we were you.