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2017 Dodge Viper Walk Around

The Viper’s low-slung body isn’t just muscular, it fairly bulges and ripples. Its details are downright threatening, with vents and intakes like scars along its side.

Interior

The menacing exterior is contrasted by the nicest cabin ever put in a Viper, with ladylike touchscreen interfaces and fragrant Ferrari-esque leather seats. The cabin is surprisingly roomy for being so close to the ground. There’s excellent head room and leg room (Dodge says a 6-foot-7-inch tall person will fit nicely inside), the seats are comfortable and broadly adjustable, and the steering wheel and pedals also adjust.

This comfort is welcome because it’s so noisy in the cabin, even at low rpm on a smooth road.

The cargo space is decent, 14.65 cubic feet, about the size of an average trunk; but an odd shape under the hatch effectively restricts luggage to soft bags like duffels.

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