2015 Dodge Viper GTC
2015 Dodge Viper GTC 
2015 Dodge Viper GTC

2017 Dodge Viper GTC

Pros: Explosive acceleration; razor-sharp handling with virtually nonexistent body lean in turns; surprisingly high-end interior trimmings; unmistakable, head-turning styling

Cons: Engine’s high-volume growl can grow tiring on longer trips; it’s (not surprisingly) a gas guzzler; cramped cabin with poor rear visibility; punishing, buckboard-stiff ride, even in “Comfort” mode

CG Says: Dodge Viper production will end during 2017. Dodge has added six 25th Anniversary limited edition models: 1:28 Edition ACR, VoooDoo Edition ACR, Snakeskin Edition GTC, GTS-R Commemorative Edition ACR, Dodge Dealer Edition ACR, and Snakeskin Edition ACR. Regular models are unchanged. This generation of Viper sends a mixed message. On the one hand, it remains a performance machine of the highest order, with racetrack credentials few cars can match. But on the other hand, it has veered from its raw heritage with a gussied-up interior and the latest electronic gadgets with the aim of becoming more “civilized.” That sounds like a great combination, and to some, it may be. But the Viper is really too brutal to be a comfortable Grand Touring car — leather-trimmed luxury notwithstanding — so to others, that only serves to blur the focus. Make no mistake about it: The Viper is a performance car of the highest degree. But it certainly wouldn’t be our choice for a cross-country trip.

The Facts
Class Premium Sporty/Performance Car
Body Style(s) 2-door coupe
Passenger Count 2
Drive Wheels rear-wheel drive
Manufacturer Dodge
Nation of Manufacture USA
Base Prices SRT: $87,895
GTC: $95,895
GTS: $107,995
ACR: $118,795

Base Engine
8.4-liter V10
Std. Transmission
6-speed manual
Avail. Transmission
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)

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