Mopar Dodge Viper ACR Concept Headed to SEMA
With Dodge refocusing its efforts on performance vehicles, it’s no wonder that they’re continuing to tout the Viper as one of their premier cars. For the 2014 SEMA Show, Mopar is showing off a customized Viper that looks seriously badass.
The Viper ACR Concept has been bestowed with a carbon fiber aerodynamic components, including a new front splitter, and front fascia dive planes. Large heat extractors keep things cool for the Viper ACR, while a massive rear wing helps keep it glued to the road. The car rides on 19-inch, lightweight racing wheels, and is stopped with ginormous 15.4″ carbon ceramic rotors with Brembo six-piston brakes. A racing-tuned suspension helps keep the car planted through the turns.
The car’s white body has been decorated with black and red racing stripes, which is echoed on the interior with red seat harnesses and red accents on the steering wheel and instrument panel. The interior has also been stripped to the bare essentials, with carbon fiber replacing as many surfaces as possible to minimize weight.
Mopar hasn’t revealed any performance specs for the Viper ACR Concept, but I’m guessing it has the stock 8.4-liter, 645 horsepower V10, which should be plenty of power for anyone. That is, unless you go for the Challenger or Charger Hellcat – though the Viper trounces both of those in terms of power-to-weight ratio.