2010 dodge Viper ACR design review
Diablo’s and F40’s. But when Dodge finally sold Lamborghini off, they decided to compete with there old acquaintance on their playing field. And did they ever. Since the introduction of the Viper, the North American supercar scene has lit up again, and is now even spreading north into Canada.
Its hard to believe that one car could do that. Of course, that is the same thing that Chevrolet and Ford did back in the 1950’s when the Corvette and Thunderbird came out. Now you must be wondering why this car would be on our list. Well for starters, it is a new car, and second, no car is safe from AutoLooks.
Now what might you ask is really wrong with this car. Well, if I can find something wrong with a Lamborghini Revention, then I can find something wrong with a Viper. First of all, the car is still way to rounded. You would think that a racing version of the car would help iron out those curves. And second, its time to do something with the bubble roof. This is one area which has always been a problem with this car, and it seems that even the ACR cannot fix it.
Overall Grade: A-