To provide a glimpse into what it takes to create the Dodge Viper, the American marque has released a 22-minute documentary highlighting some of the key design and building processes to create each and every 2015 Viper.
Dubbed ‘Viper: DNA of a Supercar’, the short documentary also provides some interesting facts about the Viper. For example, it features over 3700 unique components, over 90 per cent of the interior is wrapped in leather while 48 per cent of the Viper’s exterior is constructed of ultra-lightweight carbon fibre.
Discussing the Viper at the launch of the doco, president and chief executive of Dodge and SRT, Tim Kuniskis said, “The Dodge Viper is a precision-handcrafted machine expressively built to stimulate all the senses of an enthusiast’s soul. It’s not widely known what it takes to create this supercar, including the 140 to 160 hours to hand paint each Viper, so we produced the film to show what sets the Viper apart from everything else in its segment.”