Saturday, April 16, 2011

2013 Dodge Viper testing is under method

Dodge boss Ralph Gilles made an fascinating comment at the Chicago auto show. Dressed in a black blazer and a “made in Detroit” T-shirt, he cracked, "My Dodge Viper is in coaching for the supercar Olympics. It is gone for a couple of years."

That is more than a glib comment. And Chrysler once more confirmed on Friday that the Viper will return late subsequent year. A press release said testing is below manner, “for the supercar Olympics,” and a 2010 chassis is getting used for growth purposes.

However purists might cringe at this nugget of news: Chrysler mentioned stability control can be used for the first time on the subsequent generation of the Viper.

The Viper went out of manufacturing last year after an 18-year run throughout which it was largely unchanged. Nevertheless it remained a favorite of fans with its racing-bred styling and 600-hp V10.

The following automotive is anticipated to include Italian aptitude with American chutzpah. Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne closed a supplier presentation last fall with the reveal of a concept Viper, which a number of sources told AutoWeek carried an Italian theme.


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