2010 Dodge Viper stability control testing platform for next-gen model
Many outlets in the auto industry receive long-term test cars for evaluation. The end goal is to learn what it's like to live with a car for more than a week, just like a typical consumer.
Learning what bits and pieces end up rattling over time, or how your elbow might rub the wrong way on a certain piece of plastic over a long road trip. These are things that you typically don't find out when you have a press car for a week. But these are exactly the things you can learn over the course of a year and many miles.
If you had the opportunity to receive long-term test vehicles, what would be on your short list? Tweet us your answer and make sure to include the hashtag #LTT-- and you'll join the chorus right her via CoverItLive.