Earlier this month I talked a bit about the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR that had been confirmed for production. One thing that we didn’t know when I wrote that story was exactly how much the car would cost, now we have that key detail. Dodge has announced that the Viper ACR will start at $117,895. That straight sticker price is before destination charges and the gas-guzzler tax.
With a massive V10 under the hood, the gas guzzler tax is no surprise and when you add that $2,100 tax in along with the insane $1,995 destination charge, the out the door cost of the baddest Viper in all the land is $121,990. That is a markup of $32,900 over the plain 2016 Viper; you could buy a nice new Jeep for that price.
You can now order the Viper ACR and Dodge says that this is the fastest street-legal Viper track car ever made. The car will be hand built. If you are wondering, that 8.4L V10 engine under the hood produces 645hp and 600 lb-ft of torque. The car is also fitted with lots of aerodynamic features to help it stay on the road at high speed, if you opt for the optional Extreme Aero package. it’s unclear just what that package will add to the price.
SOURCE: AutoblogFiled Under: Auto News