2015 Dodge Viper GTC Review – Unique in Just About Every Aspect

Sports cars come in many shapes and sizes, some manufacturers resort to parts sharing with other manufacturers or their sister companies for joint development and easy parts replacement, with this kind of market, its hard to find a truly unique in every sense of the word sports car; that’s not the case with the 2015 Dodge Viper GTC. The GTC is one of Dodge’s top of the line Vipers in the line and almost every vehicle unique to each other.

2015 Dodge Viper GTC Review - Unique in Just About Every Aspect

The 2015 Dodge Viper GTC Offers a Driving Experience That is Almost Race Car-Like

Since its introduction in the 90’s, the now 2015 Dodge Viper GTC and its overall shape and characteristics remain untouched save for a few updates such as LED running lights. What’s cool is that Dodge makes sure every owner gets a 1 of 1 experience limiting color options to a first come first serve basis which makes the specific car you order with the color and trim combinations a true one off. Even the engine under the hood is unique among other performance cars. While DOHC is the norm Dodge sticks to a vintage push rod V10 design making it a true hot rod. This is a clear sign that Dodge wants to have a street legal racecar with no care for economy or noise and even ride comfort.

The interior of the 2015 GTC also depends on the choices the customer makes making every interior detail unique to every Viper. For our particular car, the interior is trimmed in all leather with all red everything. Depending on your preferences the ride comfort and sound dampening will vary based on the components you choose.

Then comes the driving experience. This is a hell of a beastly car that’s actually a street legal racecar. The noise it makes your spine tingle and puts a smile on your face. Grip levels are like fly paper thanks to the wide performance tires. Cornering with the Viper feels like it’s made to attack the mountain passes of Japan all while sending echoes of its loud roar throughout the valleys; it is that kind of experience that only purpose made race cars are capable of. The Viper delivers on this promise plus more.

The 2015 Dodge Viper GTC has 645hp on an ultra light body paired with a responsive chassis and sticky tires takes the experience to a whole new level. But If you want to complain about noise, comfort, and fuel economy on a Dodge Viper, you bought the wrong car. Get a Corvette instead. This is one of the rawest experiences you can get to driving a race car. Everything about the Dodge Viper GTC is great, from the way they offer the car in a 1 of 1 policy, to the absolutely exciting drive it delivers, the Viper GTC is a unique experience that’s true to its word.

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