2010 will be the last year that the current generation of Dodge Viper is produced, as a whole new model will replace it next year. They will only make 500 units of the 2010 Viper SRT10 and after that it’ll become history. But it’s going out with a blast! Powered by a 8.4 liter V10 engine, this car has a colossal 600hp and 760 nm of torque.
2010 Viper will be available with two new exterior colors, including Toxic Orange Pearl Coat and Bright Silver Metallic Clear Coat, and wider, dual racing stripe pattern. The car also comes with improved gearbox, suspension and braking systems.
Interior color options for 2010 include: standard black, two-tone black and red with red accent stitching, two-tone black and blue with blue accent stitching, two-tone black and medium slate grey with medium slate grey accent stitching and the two-tone black and natural tan with premium tan Nappa leather seats, tan center console, lower instrument panel and door panels introduced for the 2009 model year. On the Roadster model, the black and tan package includes a matching tan cloth convertible top.
The Viper ACR (American Club Racer) will also get a number of updates for 2010 including a new short-throw shifter, modified gear ratio, improved aerodynamics with a redesigned rear wing, and KW independent suspension.
There will be a number of special editions of this amazing car as well, like the Viper ACR 1:33 Edition, which will pay tribute to the new production car lap record set on Nov. 24 at Laguna Seca raceway. This car, which is limited to 33 units, features a two-tone Black Clear Coat/Red Clear Coat exterior color, and piano black console bezels with red gauge highlights complemented with red accent stitching in the seats, inside the cabin.