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When the last Dodge Viper rolled off the assembly line in July 2010, it looked like the end of the line for Dodge’s purebred supercar. Now spy shots from hot weather testing near Death Valley, California suggest a new model is indeed in development. While clad in 2010 Viper bodies, the mules sport a couple of key features showing Dodge is hard at work.
A careful inspection shows a Bilstein Adaptive Damping Suspension
control button located on one of the cars, suggesting the electronically
controlled dual mode damper system from the Dodge Challenger SRT8 and
other Chrysler models is coming to the Viper as well.
Road and Track
suggests the car will also be fitted with driver-selectable traction and
stability control settings a la Ferrari. What the test mules don’t show
is the Viper’s new design, though expect something truly special when
the car makes its debut as soon as spring of next year.