Last week we took you behind the scenes of engineering the new Viper ACR, and now we know the starting price of Dodge’s new supercar. Yesterday, May 18, Autoweek’s Alex Hevesy reported that it will take $117,895 to get behind the wheel. Ordering is now available, but the list of options is rather sparse.
(Related: How the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR Was Created)
The audio system only has 3 speakers, and you can forget about power seats. As for the giant rear spoiler, it will be part of the “ACR Extreme Aero Package,” which won’t be available for initial orders. ACR also falls under the “1 of 1” customization program that will allow the buyer to customize their car and track the build process.
Dodge has chosen the road less traveled and built a no compromises track monster. If manual seats and a basic radio are all you need, your local SRT dealer will be happy to build one for you. Stay tuned to Autofluence for more Dodge and SRT updates.