Amazing picture of the first RT/10 Prototype from 1989…
1991 Pre-Production V-10 Engine. Painted Black as was the Indy Pace Car Engine. (Source: viperjay)Continue Reading
Dodge Viper owners stage their cars for the Worlds Largest Viper Parade that traveled through the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, the Music City, on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2002. Leading the parade was the all-new 2003 Dodge Viper SRT10 driven by Dodge NASCAR Driver Sterling Marlin. (Source: jbisanz / www.media.daimlerchrysler.com)Continue Reading
One more Colani Viper Street version with additional head lights. Germany.
This is the ’91 Indy Pace Car backup car. It was displayed inside an infield tent before the Indy 500 race. As a precaution, just before the race, it was taken to the pits as the back-up pace car. (Source: viperjay)
Dodge Viper Gen 5 clay model wrapped in DI-NOC film.
Interesting pre-production version of Viper. It looks similar to VM-02 concept, but has already another (as in production) head and fog lights, wheels, front bumper and mirrors. Only one photo of this known. But it is not real pace car of 1991 Indy 500.
The first Dodge Shelby Viper sketches of 1988.
1989 RT/10 – 1993 GTS – 1994 Venom – 1997 Viper based Copperhead – 1997 Dakota Sidewinder Viper’s V10
Amazing 1993 Dodge Viper GTS Concept
Preproductoion Viper Clay Model by Team Viper.Continue Reading
One of the most favorite pictures.. Source: Official Photo of Chrysler Corp.
Chrysler president Bob Lutz driving Viper GTS pace car, which modification was made exclusively for Indianapolis 500, 1996.
Dodge Viper Shooting Brake / Speedster sketches by Michalak-Design
The first and the last Vipers. 1989 Dodge Viper RT/10 Concept & last-production 2017 Dodge Viper. Photo credit: dodgeforum.com
Luigi Colani and his Viper-based Colani Mamba, 1999
Lee Iacocca and the first Viper Prototype, 1989
One of the first Viper sketches, 1988.
Lee Iacocca was a real comedian.
Many people know that it was entrusted to Lamborghini experts to bring to mind the truck engine to put it on the 1992 Viper. I didn’t think much why. It turns out that Lamborghini belonged to Chrysler from 1987 to 1994. The Viper engine was the largest mounted on a passenger car and held that record until the Bugatti Veyron appeared.
In the photo, instead of the production model of the Viper, the 1989 prototype.