The Dodge Viper isn’t like any other supercar. It doesn’t pretend to be all things to all people, it doesn’t want to be. It’s a very specific car for a very specific person. And now we’re upset that it appears it might be dying. It’s like a piece of America is dying too.
In this week’s Avoidable Contact, Jack Baruth—ever the Viper fan—opines on the possible death of the Viper and what that means in today’s supercar market.
Losing the Viper would be awful because of what it represents. What its spirit represents. I’ll let Jack take it from here.