The rarest supercar based on the Dodge Viper sells for $ 275,000

The rarest supercar based on the Dodge Viper sells for $ 275,000

August 16, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

This is a Force 1 V10 supercar designed by Henrik Fisker, based on the iconic Dodge Viper sports car. Auto is looking for a new owner in Texas.

This unique car is kept in the personal collection of businessman Ben Keating – the car is the debut prototype developed by the specialists of VLF Automotive. The circulation of such supercars was only five copies.

The rare car was estimated at $ 275,000. Renowned automotive designer Henrik Fisker, who specializes in sports car design, was responsible for the supercar’s appearance. He worked, for example, on the BMW Z8 and early Tesla Model S prototypes.

The supercar’s chassis was borrowed from the Dodge Viper, but the exterior panels are original – Fisker took care of this. In the manufacture of parts, carbon fiber was used.

The serial Viper shared with a one-off supercar and interior decoration. True, the finishing materials were used by others – both in color, and in texture, and in quality.

The output of the V 10 8.4 engine was increased to 745 “horses” (instead of the previous 645 hp). It takes just three seconds for the supercar to accelerate to 97 km / h, and the top speed is limited to 350 km / h. The mileage of the car offered for sale is only 1,683 km.

Earlier, another original supercar appeared on sale – a carbon-fiber Ford GT from the German tuning studio Mansory. The release of the car was timed to coincide with the 30th anniversary of a design studio specializing in the modification of luxury cars.