8 Cars You Might Not Realize We're Based On the Dodge Viper

The Dodge Viper lives on through these 8 cars...kind of

2011 Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale

Styled by Zagato, after the original 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ

600 horsepower and 560 pound-feet from the 8.4-liter Viper V-10

Only 9 were made. The current price is around $700,000

2009 Devon GTX

Another retro-inspired car, based on the fourth-generation Viper

650 horsepower from the mildly-modified 8.4-liter V-10

Only two were made - serial number 1 - Black and serial number 2 - Red

2016 VLF Force 1

Based on the Gen. 5 Viper and styled by Henrik Fisker

745 horsepower and 638 pound-feet from the 8.4-liter V-10

Only 5 of the intended 50 cars were made - at least one was a convertible

2004 Bristol Fighter

Based on early Viper generations. It used the 8.0-liter V-10 with 525 to 1,012 horsepower

Between 9 and 14 Fighters were made

The Bristol Fighter might return as a 2022 model

2014 Prefix Viper Medusa Roadster

It was created by Prefix Performance and unveiled at a special Viper event

The conversion was limited to 10 cars

It cost $35,000 on top of the Viper's sticker price

1994 Dodge Viper Defender

It was specifically made for the "Viper" TV series

It was based on a Gen. 1 Viper RT/10 and had a stock drivetrain

14 fully-functioning cars were made for the series. It was never sodl to the public

2005 Chrysler Firepower

Based o na Viper chassis, but powered by the 6.1-liter HEMI V-8 with 425 horsepower and 420 pound-feet

It was supposed to be a more refined and upscale Dodge Viper

The Economic Crisis killed the project

1997 Dodge Copperhead

It was meant to be an affordable Viper, at $30,000. Chrysler was sued because of the Copperhead name. Only one was made

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