2020 Dodge Viper Interior, Engine Specifications, Price, Release Date – Basically, the 2020 Dodge Viper will remain unchanged. That being said this two-seat sports car will still have a massive 8.4L V10 engine under the hood, in addition to a distinct design language for a cockpit that is similar to a race car. In general, Dodge Viper offers you more than a basic sports car with a wide array of trim levels to choose from, from bare-bones and stripped-out to an ultimately distinct car to dominate any racetrack. Plus, you can get it at a fraction of cost compared to those exotics that will cost you three times as much.
2020 Dodge Viper Interior
Even so, in general, the upcoming Dodge Viper still lags behind other sports cars—even those that are within the same price range—in so many aspects. While it’s true that the quality materials and soft-to-touch surfaces are present inside the cabin, but they don’t make Viper the best of its class since many rivals offer much more and do way better. Although the Dodge Viper doesn’t cost you as much as the exotics, it is actually priced to rival the upscale competitors. But with its current interior design, sadly this doesn’t translate the price accordingly.
Even so, isn’t there any silver lining? Worry not, since there are still some good sides with the 2020 Dodge Viper. One of the bright spots is the presence of its Uconnect infotainment interface, which is known to be one of the best systems out there, thanks to its responsiveness and ease to use. But if we have to talk about interior comfort, we should cringe once again, for the cabin is cramped so taller adults will surely encounter any fitment issues. Plus, the side exhaust pipes can get too hot, and you need to step over them to exit the car.
2020 Dodge Viper Engine
What about what’s under the hood? Each of 2020 Dodge Viper trims is equipped by an 8.4-L V10 engine producing a total output of 645 horsepower and 600 lb.-ft. of torque. The power generated by the engine is transferred to the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual—the one and only transmission available. According to a performance test undergone by Edmunds, the Viper could sprint from null to 60 mph only in 3.5 seconds. The abundance of power and great acceleration surely can make up the lowdown we have briefly mentioned earlier.
2020 Dodge Viper Price
Since the company hasn’t released any official statement regarding the 2020 Dodge Viper, especially its starting price and release date, we predict that the car will arrive to the market no later than the last quarter of 2019. The price itself is most likely around that of the previous model year, which starts from around $87,000 to $118,000, depending on the trim level: SRT, GT, GTC, GTS, or ACR.
Regardless its tiny and uncomfortable cabin, the Viper has a powerful engine that will satisfy any of you who’re so thirsty for massive horsepower. In overall, the 2020 Dodge Viper will still offer you the similar driving impression, which is to mimic that of the purpose-built race car.