Beastly Looking Dodge Viper ACR With ADV.1 Wheels

Even though the Dodge Viper of the second generation didn’t prove to be a hit sales wise, it is still a formidable high-performance machine. Powered by an 8.4 L V10 engine, delivering a whopping 640 horsepower (477 kW; 649 PS) and at 600 lb·ft (813 N·m) it is coupled with a Tremec TR6060 six-speed manual transmission. In turn, the Dodge Viper ACR of the second generation can accelerate from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) of 3.5 seconds.

It’s top speed is rated at 208 mph (332 km/h), ensuring the driver can experience both the swift acceleration numbers, but also, the high top speed as well.

Some will argue about the whole SRT Viper branding, power and performance numbers, but we like to keep things simple. The Dodge Viper is rated at the above numbers, it’s famous naturally aspirated V10 engine produces a remarkable growl and it gives us plenty of performance in an old-school, no bullshit kind of way overall.

This particular Dodge Viper is further refined, thanks to ADV.1 Wheels. As ADV.1’s are some of the most prestige aftermarket wheels available, they surely give the Viper a welcome aggressive appeal and improved performance.

These ADV06R M.V2 Competition Spec wheels are light, rigid and come with a contemporary and ever-so-popular directional wheel spoke design. The wheels are sized 20×10.5 and 20×13 in the front and rear, respectively. The beautiful all-white wheel finish, suits the monoblock wheels quite well, giving it a unique overall look.

Naturally, when high-impacting ADV.1 builds come into play, the vehicle will be photographed by William Stern Photography. One of the best in the business, his work really depicts the car and the wheels perfectly, detailing every design feature of both items, giving us a great look into the current builds.

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Been in the automotive industry ever since he got out of high-school. Loves 911's, hates electric-car talk and enjoys racing events. Too tall to drive almost any supercar, but that doesn't stop him from bashing out people that do. Follows the aftermarket tuning industry in depth. Loves to spend time at BMW Welt. Enjoys too much coffee.