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2016 Dodge Viper Walk Around


The unmistakable low-slung Viper flaunts its rippling muscles, threatening vents, and scars for intakes. It has always been curvy, swoopy, and vented; that’s its identity, history, and racing mission. The fenders swell around the wheels, the hood is long and low, and the roof is bulbous. There is no roadster. There used to be, back when it was a beast, and we miss it.

Interior

For a car that low to the ground, there’s a lot of room inside, especially head room (thanks to the bulge in the roof) and leg room. The steering wheel and pedals adjust, along with the comfortable seat. Nappa or Alcantara leather makes it feel plush and gives it a Ferrari fragrance. Metal and carbon-fiber trim make it feel racy.

It’s noisy inside. The sound is primitive. It sure doesn’t have the exhaust note of a Ferrari. The GTS model has a taller sixth gear to reduce revs in the cabin.

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