- July 13, 2009
The Dodge Viper Received a Reprieve
Chrysler reported that it will continue with the build of the sports car in business with the new Viper SRT 10 to be on the continuation of building.
Production assembly plant in Detroit has been able to come up with the work being finished in the “Snake Pit” this December.
The new Chrysler was reversed to be in a review with the company’s product revision process this year. The current line up process states that top executives found the Viper to be a great option with the business meant to be going ahead in full force. The ACR and competition versions have to be continued for the greater benefit of the company.
Chrysler has recently emerged from bankruptcy and launched the new cars being led by Fiat.
The Viper plant had restarted their production where more than 25,000 Vipers had been sold since the launch in 1992. The current SRT is being powered by an 8.4 liter, 600 hp V10. It can hit up to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds itself. The 4th generation model had been in the market since 2008.