One Last Super-Charged Ride In The Legendary Dodge Viper
The Dodge Viper has had an extensive history that will never be forgotten. Unfortunately, the end is near for the car as production is expected to cease on the vehicle at the end of the year.
Dodge Viper Beginnings Thankfully, we’re going to cover the vehicle and explain some of the reasons why the vehicle was such a hit and will remain in the hearts of many for decades to come. With this being said, here’s a look at the legacy of the Dodge Viper. If you’re unaware of the Dodge Viper is, it’s a legendary sports car that is manufactured by Dodge (which is a division of FCA US LLC. The production of this sports car began in 1991 at New Mack Assembly before it was moved to Conner Avenue Assembly in 1995. This two seat sports car was named as one of the “Most American Cars” because over 75% of its parts were manufactured in the United States.
The Viper was conceived in 1988 at the Chrysler Advanced Design Studios after Chrysler’s then-president Bob Lutz suggested that the company should consider making a follow-up to the Cobra.
After a clay model of the vehicle was presented to Lutz, a concept car was created to appear at the 1989 North American International Auto Show.
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