Are you in need of a bit of a distraction today? Well, we have some good news for you: Dodge has dropped a 22-minute documentary on the Viper called "Dodge Viper: DNA of a Supercar." The short film gives a brief overview of the Viper's construction at Chrysler's Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, Michigan. There's also an inside look at the development of the engine, chassis, and interior of the supercar.
“The Dodge Viper is a precision-handcrafted machine expressively built to stimulate all the senses of an enthusiast’s soul. It’s not widely known what it takes to create this supercar, including the 140 to 160 hours to hand paint each Viper, so we produced the film to show what sets the Viper apart from everything else in its segment,” said Dodge and SRT President and CEO, Tim Kuniskis.
The launch of the documentary coincides with the announcement of the new Viper GTC exclusivity program. The program allows a buyer to customize their Viper using more than 25 million unique combinations. This includes the choice of 8,000 exterior paint colors, 24,000 stripe combinations, 10 wheel packages, 16 interior trims, 6 aerodynamics packages, and several à la carte options.