• David S Posted: 8/10/2009 3:14pm PDT

    Remember when the viper had no side windows, and a fabric folding top? Bare bones. Bring that back with a Ferrari based V10, Awsome!

  • Bill Burke Posted: 8/11/2009 8:19am PDT

    Look who's smiling now! Just as I predicted a couple of months ago there will be a "Viperarri" after all for Dodge. It makes perfect sense that Dodge would strive to dominate the American sports car market with cousins like Ferarri and Maserati. The quick pull back of the sale of Viper should have been a big clue that this new partnership had fresh plans for Viper.This is bad news for Chevy Corvette fans and great news for Viper loyalists.It is true that Viper was developed on a very limited budget and posseses inherent flaws, but it has been a tremendous success as a hallo performance car for Dodge and has established its credentials as a valid Corvette peer.With the insightful support of its new partners at Fiat, who know lots about performance and racing, look for Dodge to be even more performance minded soon. With Chargers and Challengers doing well, I now predict a mid-size RWD performance coupe and a AWD entry level compact sportster for Dodge in the near future. Things look great for Viper and Dodge and the best is yet to come. Hey maybe you could be Dodge material !!!!!!

  • loxlee Posted: 8/13/2009 3:15am PDT

    i cant wait for the new fiat 500, ferrari collaboration

  • Ryan Posted: 11/28/2010 1:20am PST

    I love the Viper and wish to see it live on... but... I hope they don't screw it up. My '99 RT/10 runs circles around anything that Maserati has ever produced... and the 2010 Viper ACR is just a miracle of engineering. The fastest production car ever built and it still comes in under 100 grand. Amazing. European sports cars are nice but much too high-strung and overpriced. Viper is about balls-to-the-walls performance sacrificing all else, and the huge ridiculously loud engine is one of its selling points. It is American muscle, not Italian fluff.