Viper here to stay?
November 27th, 2009 by DaveAdmin
The Dodge Viper
, only recently posted up for sale, has now been granted a new lease on life, albeit probably not in its current form. Past the 500 cars
to be made in this generation’s form, Ralph Gilles said that the Viper had a definite future.
“We’re going to keep Dodge’s performance icon alive and well by not only producing some of the most special Viper's ever built, but we’re also investigating what the next-generation Viper
is going to be. When we have partners across the ocean who are known as the best sports carmakers in the world, the future opportunities are huge.”
currently owns Maserati and 85% of Ferrari as well as Alfa Romeo and Lancia.
Chrysler worked with Maserati on the Chrysler TC in the 1980s.