Car Review Price: 2016 Dodge Viper ACR Specs. Are you waiting for the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR? The Viper ACR, as the company states, will boost stability at the peak speed. The effort to get the ACR more capable than ever, packaging a new ACR Extreme Aero Package which boasts on downforcing the car about one ton – surprising? That package includes extra dive planes, rear carbon fiber diffuser, double-part carbon fiber wing, removable front splitter and removable SRT hood louvers. Also, the “Viper ACR specs” will be upgraded through getting new innovative carbon-ceramic braking components supported by 6-piston calipers, upscale tires and much-refined suspension.
Talking about the engine, the Dodge Viper ACR won’t get refreshed though. The reason makes some sense since the 8.4L V10 mated a 6-speed manual has generated skillful power of 645 horsepower with 600 lb-ft – putting the Viper ACR as the fastest street-legal race car on the planet. In regard to top speed, the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR is expected to reach over 190 mph in 0-60 sprint.
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The overall weight is cut down by replacing certain parts, and you have a freedom to throw that weird wing away if you hate it. Let’s do an inspection on the upgraded features.
On the rear axle there is a superior carbon fiber diffuser. Working with 6 detachable additional strakes on boosting straight-track performance and stability as well as extending the downforce. Move to the front above tires, covered with additional louvers functioned to fight air flow which can also reduce the body weight in the high-speed driving. Stable but balanced, the dive planes and front splitter is dedicated to take care of it.
Brakes act as life savers, the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR gains new carbon-ceramic braking components called Brembo. Utilizing 14″ dual rear rotors with 4-piston calipers – combined with 15″ dual rotors at front (6 pistons), the ready-to-come ACR is expected to a safer Viper but extremely poisonous. Yeah, they have the biggest Viper’s brake size so far – you win.
The next-gen ACR to feature upper-class tires named Kumho Ecsta V720 – up to 2 seconds laps faster than off-track tires. Now drivers can adjust their driving manners with 5 different modes; they are Full-off, Rain, Track, Sport and Full-on.
Fresh Alcantara leather wraps the interior parts, including the steering wheel – performing an aggressive look of race-interior style. Except the dashboard that’s still wrapped with carbon fiber. Customers may opt for red or silver-accent interior colors. Instead, for exterior colors you will be able to adjust a wide range of color combinations based on your interest.
Despite the official MSRP isn’t announced yet, recent news say the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR will start around $115,000 or more. The 2016 Viper ACR is being built manually at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant, Detroit, and to hit the dealers in the late of 2015.