Good news for fans of the Dodge Viper, the super-muscle-car born in Detroit in 1992. The Viper could return in 2012, it said Ralph Gilles, the design director and CEO of Chrysler Dodge. But now, as we anticipated, production stops, only 500 more Viper will leave the assembly line. “There are other priorities,” said Gilles at the Chicago Auto Show “we must dedicate ourselves to mid-sized sedan that can use both crossover and the Chrysler Group Fiat.
Good news, we said, because the crisis had made his victim even the Viper, although several months ago there was talk of a rebirth on a platform derived from the Alfa Romeo 8C engine thrusters Multiair. Entries confirmed today that Gilles has confirmed that the Viper will be very different from today and will be implemented in collaboration with Fiat. Meanwhile, in July this year production will be suspended.