Dodge has announced it has officially started accepting customer sold orders for the TA 2.0 and GTS modifications of the Viper
Dodge has announced it has officially started accepting customer sold orders for the TA 2.0 and GTS modifications of the Viper.
The two models join the existing SRT and GT trim levels in the vehicle’s lineup. Prices start at 101,995 USD for the TA 2.0 and at 107,995 USD for the GTS. The SRT and GT variants will be sold for 84,995 USD and 94,995 USD respectively, thanks to a massive 15,000 USD price cut announced in September.
The range-topping GTS now comes with much of the content which Dodge found customers most preferred. Standard equipment now includes Laguna leather six-way power seats, Alcantara headliner, a Harmon Kardon 18-speaker sound system and 18/19-inch polished aluminum Venom wheels. The brand will also offer the GTS Ceramic Blue Special Edition with Ceramic Blue exterior color, black stripes, orange brake calipers, rear carbon fiber applique and GTS gloss black badging.
The TA 2.0 edition features a high-performance Aero Package, a rear spoiler and front lower dive planes for “increased down force and improved handling on the track”, new 18/19-inch matte black alloys with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires, a dual-mode suspension, a five-mode ESC, black Brembo brakes with orange lettering, performance brake pads and more.
All Viper models are powered by Dodge’s 8.4-liter V10 engine with 645 bhp (481 kW) and 600 lb-ft (814 Nm) of torque. The unit is mated to a six-speed manual transmission.