Heard of the new version of Dodge Viper? No? Well monsieur et dame, let us introduce to you the ACR-X.

The newly born ACR-X is being made at the same facility in Detroit like the other Viper Competition Coupe race cars, but the difference is that this car is being assembled at Corner Avenue assembly plant and then fitted with race gear in Detroit.

Unlike others that have been built from scratch in Detroit, to our surprise, the production cost of the ACR-X is lesser by half than its predecessors!

Equipped with a roll-cage, brake cooling ducts, competition fuel cell, extra dive planes, fire suppression system, bigger brakes and the same racing seat used in the Competition Coupe, Chrysler brings you the Viper ACR-X.

Check out the video below to see in detail as to how the ACR is being transformed to the ACR-X. Enjoy!



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