The 2014 Dodge Viper is a two-seat Supercar Coupe is available in the Viper GTS improve Trim. Standard features include 18-inch front wheels, -19 inch wheels and rear, summer tires, automatic bi-xenon headlights, the LED daytime running lights and the taillights, key-less ignition/entry, full power accessories, control cruise, only a tilt leather-wrapped steering wheel, mirrors, auto-dimming and automatic climate control. Electronic features include a 8.4-inch screen, Bluetooth phone and audio connections and a nine-speaker sound system with satellite radio, an auxiliary input, a USB interface and an SD card.
Choosing the 2014 Dodge Viper GTS nets the content of the touring package plus a unique treatment on the outside and the inside of the particular including the hood, wheel design and leather Upholstery with contrasting stitching on the dash, door panels and center console. I get seats trimmed in leather with faux Suede inserts, and power driver seat and the benefits to be corrected. Audio upgrading to a more powerful harman Kardon system with 12 speakers. An even more at the end of the 18-speaker harman Kardon Logic 7 surround-sound is a stand-alone model.
Going to improve the mechanical, the GTS includes the two-mode driver-selectable Bilstein dampers, improved two-piece brake rotors and having the multi-stage electronic stability and traction control. To be a 2014 Dodge Viper TS, buyers can add an Interior or Exterior Carbon-Fiber package and the Advanced package aerodynamics. Ultra-lightweight wheels and a soft-compound tires are also offered. GTS is available with the optional Laguna Interior package (black or Sepia) which includes a mixture of Suede headliner and unique premium leather surfaces. Included are a pack Advanced aerodynamics, lightweight wheels and tires, the soft and the color on the outside and the inside of a lifetime. Specific race-focused special suspension Tuning and Brembo brakes are also part of the package. As before, he killed wheels, colors, and stem-to-stern stripes are available to choose from and customize.
2014 Dodge Viper Interior
A narrow focus on just any car on the road, the 2014 Dodge Viper Understandably, offers some of the creature comforts. How long drivers will do well in the body, but you will often have to keep the seat back, far back in order to appear to be much concern. Even the driver of the averaged sized, external view is a little like peeking through a mail slot, because of the unusually low roof line.
Chairs on the side of the narrow and rigid, and extra-large side bolsters to keep you safe while pulling lateral g-loads. As if we needed any indication that the Viper was the track, the anchors for the six-point racing harnesses already provided. The cockpit is another consideration padded to the right with a pin and a dashboard that is very legible and working with digital music is Cluster. The center stack controls are logical, and we especially like the large central display screen and its buttons easily with the use of virtual and menus. Interior storage is limited, but the team at SRT installed many small bins as they had pockets. On the other hand, the trunk is surprisingly spacious, measuring just over 14 meters.
2014 Dodge Viper Engine
The 2014 Dodge Viper is powered by an v10 8.4-liter engine that generates 640 hp and 600 pound-feet of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels through to a manual six-speed. As you might expect, the service is wonderful. Zero to 60 Mph takes just 3.7 seconds. Of course, you’d also probably expect fuel economy to suffer, and the Viper obliges here: The car returns an EPA-estimated 15 MPG combined (12 MPG city/19 MPG highway).
2014 Dodge Viper Safety
Standard safety features on all 2014 Dodge vipers include antilock disc brakes and stability control and traction. The program can connect to communicate with drivers and emergency services and roadside assistance. Side curtain, side airbag, however, are not available. A rearview camera is optional on the Viper and standard on the GTS. In brake testing, 2014 Dodge Viper with optional lightweight wheels and stickier tires and came to a stop from 60 Mph in 101 feet, which is very good for a sports car. With standard wheels and tires, the stopping distance was still respectable 110 feet.