The Pacifica Prototype Viper was a 9/10 scale model built by the Pacifica Design Studio. It was a “Plan-B Viper” – built as a backup plan. If Dodge couldn’t produce the V10 Viper in time or without going over budget, then Dodge would have resorted to building a smaller, V8-powered car similar to this one. The car looks very similar to the 1989 Show Car, but had different headlights, cloth seats, and different rear-view mirrors. (Source: jbisanz)Continue Reading
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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.