2010 Dodge Viper SRT10
 2010 Dodge Viper SRT10
0 to 60: 3.7 seconds
Top speed: 202 mph

Another dinosaur, the Viper is on hiatus until the 2012 model year. Given its primitive engineering (the original was already a throwback when it was introduced back in 1991) and minimalist creature comforts, it is amazing the Viper has survived this long. Its iconic 510 cubic inch V-10 engine, which produced 600 horsepower, would clearly seem to be a thing of the past. Dodge says the new Viper will have a shorter hood, be accessible to more people, and be more forgiving on the road. Call it Viper Lite. Price of the old snake: $92,885.


Last updated June 09 2011: 9:22 AM ET
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