It would seem in every horror movie, the villain always manages to come back from the dead, at least once, to provide the audience with one last thrill. Dodge is now promising a return of the super car, Viper, as soon as next year. How is that for shock, fear, and amazement. Furthermore, Dodge is planning some serious tricks in this round of Viper to promise that it’s not just a simple copy ‘n paste.
Just today Dodge released a picture of the new Viper, being tested and tweaked in the snow. Reportedly Dodge is promising some electronic stability this go around, which will be a first for the 10 cylinder rear wheel drive beast.
American supercar purists shall remain reserved in their excitement, considering the new Viper will share components with existing European supercars. Which components, what lineup, and what percentage of foreign involvement has yet to be released. Of course Dodge is promising an exhilarating experience for any buyer, but is it still too soon to consider the original American supercar dead?