These automobiles may have been discontinued years ago, but that hasn't stopped automakers from recording a few sales of these unloved zombie cars.
Dodge Viper News
A little while ago we wrote about the Dodge Viper factory being recommissioned into a museum that will hold the historic cars originally evicted from the Walter P. Chrysler museum. Now, what happened to the last Viper that factory built? It's getting auctioned off, in good company.
After the Walter P. Chrysler Museum's clearout, it was obvious that the company's 400-vehicle collection would not be lost, but it took until now for FCA to announce new premises for the cars. The place for them will be created from the former home of the Dodge Viper, the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant close to the 8 Mile Road in Detroit.
A full documentary video has now been released.
Come along on the Viper's last ride.
The team can't quite dip below 7 minutes.
One last hurrah for the Viper.
Shipping two cars, two drivers, and renting the track isn't cheap.
Good news: there won't be any special markup on the cars.
Atieva's Edna EV prototype van takes on unlikely contenders in a drag race once again.
All 206 25th anniversary 2017 Vipers were sold within five days. So here come 31 more.
On Episode #474, we talk with Sam Abuelsamid of Navigant Research about the VW/EPA deal and transportation in 2050. We also talk with Alan Taylor from The Drive.