As we’ve already told you, Chrysler has started the production of 2010 Dodge Viper, and it will soon come to an end as the company has announced that the last 50 units will be the Final Edition special models and after that this model will become history. This is kinda sad, but next year a whole new model is going to replace the current car, you know unless Chrysler go bust again!
The Final special editions will come in either Coupe, Roadster or ACR (American Club Racer) models featuring a very nice Graphite finish with a black stripe in the middle of the car, and also special badging. Inside the cabin, each models comes with a bespoke plaque with its 1 to 50 number on it, and also special red stitching for the seats.
The 2010 Dodge Viper SRT10 also comes with an enhanced 8.4-liter V10 engine (which also might die with the car) developing 610 hp and as near as makes no difference 800 Nm of torque. The Final Edition also gets newly designed wheels.