A few days ahead of the 2014 SEMA Show Chrysler and Mopar revealed their lineup for the world’s biggest tuning fair, and it includes a rather amazing concept car called Dodge Viper ACR. After numerous price cuts the sales of the Viper finally appears to be satisfactory for the company and they are responding by making the car more awesome.
The SEMA-bound Dodge Viper ACR is a lot more aerodynamically efficient than the standard model thanks to features such as an aggressive carbon fiber front splitter and a competition rear wing plus carbon dive planes on the front fascia and hood heat extractors flanking the front fenders. All these mean more downforce and more downforce means more stability at high speed.
Visually, Dodge Viper ACR is distinguished by its satin black lightweight 19-inch front and rear wheels, with massive 15.4-inch Carbon Ceramic two-piece rotors with Brembo six-piston brakes, and white paint garnished by a gloss black center stripe, accompanied by an offset Adrenaline Red stripe.
The car also comes with a semi-stripped-out cabin where the radio and NVH treatments (mostly sound deadening material) are removed and carbon fiber is found in abundance. The cabin features Alcantara suede-wrapped steering wheel, shifter and seats and unique Stryker steering wheel.