With the 2013 SRT Viper being officially launched just a few months ago, one could have been excused for completely forgetting about its predecessor, the Dodge Viper after being encased and transfixed by the euphoria caused by the launch of America’s latest supercar.
However, Superior Auto Design weren’t wrapped up in this excitement and instead chose to undergo a new project involving the customisation of a 2010 Dodge Viper to turn the car into a true American supercar capable of keeping up with the very best Italy, Britain and Japan has to offer.
To start things off, Superior Auto Design wrapped the car in a Satin Black 3M wrap with gloss and carbon fiber accents throughout the car. Additionally, the Viper by Superior Auto Design features red pin stripping around the side exhausts as well as around the lip of the 20 inch 360 forged wheels. The exterior changes have then been topped off with the fitment of the hood of the Dodge Viper ACR.
This particular Dodge Viper however, has not undergone any performance upgrades as Superior Auto Design decided to leave the car’s engine completely stock. After all, the 2010 Dodge Viper produces 600hp and 560lb-ft of torque which is good enough to launch the Viper from 0-100km/h in just 3.7 seconds.