Dodge Viper ACR-X Production Starts

Production started recently for the 2010 Dodge Viper ACR-X, the most potent Viper yet. Dodge released a video of the ACR-X rolling off the production line at its Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, US. Only 25 will be released and almost all are now sold out. The model will be one of the very last Vipers to be produced before Dodge call an end to the cars 18 year production run.

With 640bhp, the Viper ACR-X is expected to be used both on the road and on the track. Dodge have set aside $ 200,000 to set up a race series for owners who wish to earn back a little money from their investment. The event will be named the Dodge Viper Cup and will earn 2010 season champion $ 25,000.

Just to remind you of the ACR-X’s statistics, it features a 160lb weight reduction but is still powered by the SRT-developed 8.4 liter V10. It is equipped with factory headers and a low-restriction exhaust system and produces 640 horsepower (40 more than production model).


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