Since 1991, the Viper has been the all-American V10-powered supercar that's shown Europe a thing or two.
It was back in 1991 when Dodge first showed the world the Viper RT/10, debuting it as the pace car for that year’s Indianapolis 500. The V10-powered supercar’s styling was unlike anything else on the market at the time and its performance specs were equally impressive. Compared to other new supercars, the Viper remains a bit of a hard case in terms of how it drives. It also has no fancy gearbox, just a good old six-speed manual. The latest generation, the SRT Viper, remains true to its roots and for this, we’re eternally grateful to its creators.