The Dodge Viper is a high-performance sports car that’s equally at home on the race track and the highway. It turns heads and will get you promoted to the pole position at the valet parking stand.
Now you can immerse yourself in the Viper universe and get an insider’s look at the creation of this handcrafted thrill ride via a new 20-minute documentary film, “Viper: DNA of a Supercar.”
Yes, there’s plenty of eye-popping driving footage, sweetened with the aggressive growl of the aluminum 8.4-liter V-10.
The documentary also takes you inside the Viper’s birthplace, the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, where a crew of specialists hand-builds every car.
That craftwork extends to the hand-laid carbon fiber panels for the hood, roof and rear hatch.
Each Viper gets as many as 160 man-hours of work put into the exterior finish. Each car is sanded, painted and finished by hand, including the optional stripes.
So settle in, turn up the volume and enjoy the show – for one of the most special sports cars on the road today.