Dodge SRT-10 (2004–2008)
Chrysler Viper had to be renamed for copyright reasons. Became 2005 Dodge SRT-10 in the UK from November 2004.
Just fifteen of the 500bhp V-10 supercars sold in the UK during 2005, priced at £77,500.
The left-hand drive 8.3 litre two-seater produced 712Nm of torque, a top speed of 190mph and 0-62mph in 3.9 seconds. On cars supplied by Chrysler dealers, standard features included a full Thatcham Category 1 Alarm and immobiliser system, Xenon headlights and lamp wash, push button starter, 18" front and 19" rear wheels with run-flat tyres and a three-year warranty. Brembo brakes help the SRT-10 to an estimated stopping distance of less than 100 feet from 60mph.
To make sure all officially imported UK cars met EU standards, Pro-Drive has re-engineered more than 50 of the SRT-10’s components. All these European components are fitted to vehicles on the production line at the Dodge assembly plant in Detroit.