The last Dodge Viper is the 2017 model, marking the end of the legendary model’s production run. Still, there are several special editions available to close the series. Here is a look at the different versions of the car. You might be interested in a used Viper car instead. In any case, you should check with a dealership to get an idea of what it can do. If you’re planning to buy one, it’s a good idea to look at the features it offers.
The Viper was introduced in two versions: the roadster and coupe. The roadster model, introduced in 2002, was a sensation on racetracks, putting Dodge in the same league as Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Aston Martin. This made it the fastest car in the world at the time, and its popularity quickly grew. The Viper was manufactured from 1991 until 2017 at the New Mack Assembly Plant in Detroit.
The original Viper model came in many variants, including a GTS ACR version with a more powerful V-10 engine, stiffer suspension, and 20-spoke BBS wheels. The GT2 Commemorative Edition, a limited-run model, featured a rear wing reminiscent of a race car, a blue-and-white paint scheme, and five-point racing harnesses. A number of Vipers were made in this configuration.