May 12, 2016
Jason Harper of The Verge shares his experience in a Viper GTC model after taking it out on the track at Monticello Motor Club.
“Could there be a car less “today” than the Dodge Viper? Of any vehicle found on a production lot, this two-door, two-seater is the most throwback; the most analog. It will never be associated with any semi-autonomous driving feature, it will never have a digital screen the size of a Tesla’s, and you won’t be able to summon it from your garage via an iPhone.
…it’s of little surprise that the best place for the Viper is the race track. So, on my recent farewell drive of the car, I took a bright yellow $113,390-as-driven GTC model from New York City to upstate New York, and the Monticello Motor Club — my home away from home.”