The 1990s saw fantastic cars gracing our roads, from affordable but powerful Japanese cars to swanky Europeans and, of course, good ol' American-built cars. During this time, Dodge, an American vehicle manufacturer since 1900, introduced the Dodge Viper. An aggressive-looking vehicle with complementing power and the bane of inexperienced drivers. The Dodge Vipers production ended in 2017 and featured five generations of awesome raw power. A true American powerhouse is up for the taking in the form of this 2015 Dodge Viper GTC TA 2.0 with just 7,000 miles on the odometer.
The GTC was the epitome of customization that Dodge offered for the Viper. It included 8,000 colors, 24,000 hand-painted stripe colors, ten wheel choices, 16 interior trims, six aero options, and many more options. This 2015 Dodge Viper GTC TA 2.0 is reportedly number 13 of the 50 SRT TA 2.0 variants and is painted in the Competition Blue Pearlcoat. The front features a Satin Black Viper logo decal and a blacked-out grille. The front also features a TA front splitter with lower dive planes and an SRT hood with six functional vents. The rear features a carbon fiber applique around the taillights and license plate. The rear wing is a TA Aero Wing Assembly Kit painted in body color with black stalks. It sits on a set of staggered 18" front and 19" rear Sidewinder II wheels painted in matte black with black Brembo brakes stenciled in orange. The engine compartment is host to a carbon fiber structural X-brace for added protection. Going with a safe color, the interior is finished in TA Black with orange stitchings and trims. The seats are cloth performance bucket seats with the Viper lettering stamped onto the headrests and accompanied by blue seatbelt cushions. The seller reportedly includes the original window sticker, which is framed, and a Viper-branded car cover.
The Viper's heart is what everyone seeks, and this 2015 Dodge Viper GTC AT 2.0 comes with a monstrous 8.4L V10 coupled with a 6-speed manual transmission. Power output is at 645hp along with 600 lb.ft of road shredding torque. 0-60 mph is clocked in at 3.5 seconds with a top speed of 201 mph. Stopping power is enhanced by Brembo-sourced disc brakes.
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