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A New Viper, and All is Well With The World.
April 6, 2012Posted by on
I’ve never been a HUGE fan of the Viper to be brutally honest. BUT I can agree that the world is THAT much beter a place because another V10 powered super-coupe exists. Ever since Fiat has taken over Chrysler, I’ve been curious to see if any Ferrari tech would some how leak it’s way down the corporate ladder. And while they share the same interior designers (apparently), this thing is all America. With a nicer interior. How could you hate that? Personally there’s something good about SRT keeping true to it’s own USA roots and not relying on it’s big Italian brother to help it with a go-fast car.
Viper, welcome back. I await seeing someone use you to write your name in rubber (go watch Top Gear if you don’t know what I’m talking about!).