We believe the introduction of a brand-new Dodge Viper will be both a pleasant surprise and much-welcomed.

Among gearheads, sports cars are some of the most well-liked and well-known automobiles.

We have witnessed attempts by manufacturers all over the world, from the United States to Japan

 However, American sports cars have been around for a very long time, so whether we want

Every Mustang owner has a Camaro enthusiast in their life.

And we'll find someone who likes a sleeper in the shape of the CTS-V for every group of Corvette enthusiasts. 

But we bet that when they were kids, most modern gearheads had a poster of the Dodge Viper in their bed.

As cool as its name suggests, the Viper is a two-seat sports automobile. 

When Dodge aimed to create a true performance automobile, it initially started in 1991.

Because of this, the initial batch of Vipers lacked an air conditioner and exterior-mounted door handles.

 Instead, Dodge spent the majority of its R&D budget on the vehicle's large V10 engine.

 But starting with the 1994–1995 models, the Viper began to come in more refined iterations with amenities for our comfort.