|All 206 "Special Edition" Vipers sold out in five days. The best seller was the 1:28 Edition ACR. All were spoken for in 40 minutes. 32 VooDoo II Edition ACR models sold out in two hours. A hundred blue-with-white-stripe GTS-R Commemorative Edition ACR and 25 metallic green Snakeskin Edition GTC models sold out in two days.|
Lastly, 22 Dodge Dealer Edition ACR models, sold only through the 22 highest-volume showrooms in the country, sold out in five days.
|Dodge is laying to rest the Viper. The end will come in 2017, but it won't be going gently, five special editions are being offered. |
Details of four have been released.
|Based on the production-spec ACR, the 1:28 Edition is designed to celebrate the car which achieved a production lap record around Laguna Seca.|
Mechanically the special edition is standard, although carbon ceramic brakes and the extreme aero package have been added. No more than 28 examples will be built.
|The Viper GTS-R GT2 Championship Edition draws heavily on the 1998 GTS-R for inspiration. A pearl white paint job with blue pearl stripes complete with a red Stryker emblem on the hood marks the GTS-R GT2. |
Just 100 examples will be built.
|VooDoo II Edition ACR. The VooDoo II will be finished in black paint and metallic stripe, while the interior will be reworked to include silver accent stitching and a uniquely numbered instrument panel.|
21 examples will be produced.
|Snakeskin Edition GTC. Just 25 examples will be built.|
These four cars, along with another special edition, will be produced for 2017. All are powered by the same 8.4-liter V10 as the standard cars. No pricing details have been released.
|Base price for the 2016 Dodge Viper is $90,390. The ACR being what it is pushes that to $122,490.|