/2016 Dodge Viper ACR Looks Splendid in Live Shots

2016 Dodge Viper ACR Looks Splendid in Live Shots

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Late last week Chrysler dropped pictures and details of the new 2016 Dodge Viper ACR which is an exciting version of the standard Viper inspired by the GTS-R racing car. Now they have released a few live photos from right from assembly line highlighting the car’s visual features in more intimate details.

The 2016 Dodge Viper ACR is pitched as the closest thing to a Viper race car you can drive on the streets. The car is powered by the same 8.4 liter V10 as the standard model, here with 645 horsepower and 600 lb.-ft. of torque, but it comes with bespoke suspension, brakes, and aero kit. The ACR is completely different animal to drive than the normal Viper.

The Extreme Aero Package on 2016 Dodge Viper ACR includes a huge (1,876-mm wide) adjustable dual-element rear wing, rear carbon fiber diffuser, unique SRT hood with removable louvers, detachable extension for the front splitter and four dive planes, as well as a large rear wing. The new kit delivers more than three times the downforce of the Viper TA (Time Attack).

Viper ACR features new Brembo Carbon Ceramic Matrix brakes, ABS and five-mode Electronic Stability Control system (Full-on, Sport, Track, Rain, Full-off modes), and benefits from aluminum bodied, double-adjustable coil-over Bilstein race shocks with 10-way rebound and compression adjustability.

The interior highlights of Dodge Viper ACR include ACR-exclusive Alcantara wrapped high-grip steering wheel with color racing stripe and unique badging, carbon fiber dash plaque, and Alcantara wrapped instrument panel cluster hood, lower instrument panel and door armrest panels.

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