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Discussion in 'Generation V Discussions / SRT Coupe, GTS, GTC, AC' started by -nighthawk-, Oct 24, 2014.
Found this on Mark Trostle's Instagram:
wowww - that thing looks SICK
How much? What will dealerships do with the ones that they cannot sell?
I've reached an agreement with Dodge to send me all their Vipers and Hellcats they can't sell, free of charge. I'll take good care of them.
Can the guy in the picture get any fatter. The car looks great.
You saw a fat guy in that picture? lol. Very happy to see this. CCB's, 19's all around, gutted interior still nicely appointed, and the monster downforce is going to be killer on the Ring. I'm guessing at least 675hp. Cant wait for the specs at SEMA hopefully.
Viper Jon is on board. Now u know this is huge!!....
Watch the video at this thread.
The car is clearly a track dedicated non street legal variant in its SEMA configuration. Note the following:
1. New side air bags. I see them at the 33rd second of the video at the link above.
2. Additional heat extractor vents at the top of each front quarter panel.
3. Larger, carbon ceramic brakes and Hoosier tires.
4. What appears to be a somewhat bigger bump in the hood toward the back. ( May indicate a positive displacement supercharger is present or just be for better engine cooling and aero or both. But I do not see any intercooler in the front so probably just for cooling and aero.)
5. What appears to be a slightly different air intake. Perhaps a better insulated airbox to maintain cooler air inlet temperatures.
6. Very low ride height with no removable center piece on the front splitter. Clearly not street legal and tires are not safe for street use.
7. Less creature and nanny tech.
8. Probably all or most sound insulation stripped out. There is none in the trunk.
The car is mean beautiful and will make many dedicated track rats very happy.
Note that it is still a six speed manual.
Whole bunch of pictures found here if anyone is interested
I think it would be called ACR-X if it weren't street legal. I predict this will be street legal. But not as low, not with Hoosiers. Hope so anyway as my 15k certificate is burning a hole in my pocket.
Just looked at the photos.....its awesome
This thing is gonna give me wet dreams now
This thing has the Z07 guys sweating....lol
Funny they have more respect for the Viper than lots of viper people
This is bad....
Check book out
Sorry want the whole package not the striped down version. Need AC in Arizona
Hesitated on the Styker Red hoping for this....got my wish.
So awesome!! Build it, Dodge!
WOW even carbon ceramic brakes. if they shove that supercharger they been hiding i think i might stop driving my gen 3 and take a look at the new acr.
Sweet car, it still doesn't help the 400 still sitting in showrooms.
Cars.com shows 378 but that may not be an up to date number since I doubt that Dealers are that efficient at updating their Internet ads.
A rising tide raises all boats...and the tide has been steadily rising
Why would they put alcantera, CF trim, airbags, ac and all the creature comforts in car not intended to be street legal.
It's SEMA, they want it to look fierce, mission accomplished. This will be a street legal car when all is said and done. If it wasn't intended to be, they sure wouldn't bother making the interior look so nice.
You missed the part of my post that said in the "SEMA confiugration". The SEMA car shows the possibility. The production car will look similar but it will have to have a slightly different front splitter, be higher off the ground, and probably a few other changes to make it street legal in all states.
Guys, Hoosier DOT slicks are street legal. Should help regain the Ring record