Dodge Viper production line closes with final vehicle (+video)

Dodge Viper production line closes with final vehicle (+video)

It’s the end of the line for one of the most iconic modern American sports cars as the very last current-generation Dodge Viper rolled away from the firm’s Conner Avenue plant in Detroit.

The final 2010 Dodge Viper is a bit special too, being a fully customized coupe model for Viper-crazy-lady D’Ann Rauh, who along with her husband Wayne from Arp, Texas, own more than 40 Dodge Vipers. That’s a lot of Vipers and the couple officially own the largest personal collection of Vipers in the world.

The landmark Viper is finished in a custom bronzed gold exterior paint supplied by House of Kolor, while unique interior features include various leather appointments and unique trim. The one of a kind package is finished off by dark graphite five-spoke forged-aluminum wheels.

Production of the V10-powered Dodge Viper began back in 1992. A next generation model has been rumored but is still to be officially confirmed.

To see a news item video of the final Viper rolling out click on the link below.

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