The wildly popular Dodge Viper model is known for its iconic looks and success rate in the racing world

With spectacular speed and incredible power, many people covet a sports car because of its specs.

The ACR (American Club Racing) variant, first introduced in 1999, is no exception

Featuring some of the most race-friendly upgrades, the ACR is definitely a head-turner.

The interior of the latest version of the Dodge Viper ACR is less design focused than the exterior

but remains true to its iconic heritage.

There are a few disappointing things about the Viper ACR compared to other competitors in the same line, such as materials and overall comfort.

The Dodge Viper ACR's technology, however, helps offset some of these somewhat unappealing interior aspects

with a simple and easy-to-use infotainment operating system.

Overall, much of the interior has come a long way from humble beginnings

but there are some aspects that still have a long way to go to keep up with the competition.

There aren't many additional storage options in the main cabin either.

There are several small compartments and pockets and a small glove box

the engine sound permeates the interior and the seats are too hard, which still leaves a lot to be desired.