The Dodge Viper has been one of the most polarizing performance cars of this generation. Lauded for its brashness and outright disdain for anything resembling efficiency, the Viper has also never been the kind of sales force that parent company Fiat Chrysler has hoped for. The latter is a big reason why the current iteration of the Viper already has an expiration date for 2017 with no clear plans for a successor. And yet, just when it seemed like the eulogy for the Viper is about to be written, it appears that the sports car isn’t headed for the grave just yet. At least that’s what FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne hinted at during his annual press conference at the North American International Auto Show.