Video: 2010 Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X

By Auto News Log • December 14th, 2009

It really seems like Dodge is pulling out all the stops to make sure that its performance model, the Viper, will get a proper good bye once its lifecycle ends in 2010. Besides the revamped 2010 stock model, and the two special editions of the track-oriented ACR edition, the ACR 1:33 and the Voodoo ACR, the company will also launch a special turn-key racer, the ACR-X.

The new model is especially made for the track, and is powered by a 8.4-liter V10, which was heavily modified and produces 640 HP, 40 horses more than the standard ACR. Multiple modifications like a roll cage, improved aerodynamics and track suspension have been added, not to mention its weight, which was cut by 160 pounds.

The model will cost $110,000, and will be showcased in the Dodge Viper spec racing series, which will debut in July, 2010.

Source: Autoblog

 

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