This Dodge Viper has been heavily modified by the American tuner Calvo Motorsports, to now display a colossal power of 2,666 horsepower.
Marketed from 1991 to 2017 with five successive generations, the Viper is an iconic sports car, and the most powerful model ever marketed by Dodge. And because the 640 horsepower of its cavalry does not seem violent enough for many owners of the model, the latter do not hesitate to attack its naturally aspirated V10 engine, who is not afraid to provide much more.
Dodge Viper: 2,666 horsepower and 2,691 Nm of torque!
The Americans of Calvo Motorsports thus attacked this Dodge Viper, with a increased displacement its 9-liter V10, the addition of two turbos, a dry sump or even MoTeC electronic management, to name just a few of the many other modifications from the Calvo “CM2000” pack. Now running on E85 superethanol, this Dodge Viper boasts an impressive 2,666 horsepower at 7,150 rpm, with a torque of 2.691 Nm at 6,650 rpm.
The one that is probably the most powerful Dodge Viper in the world is visible in action on this video by That Racing Channel, where we discover the car making crazy accelerations on the road. And even if its power is only sent to the rear wheels, via a PPG sequential gearbox, handling seems to be there.
The Bugatti Chiron, with its W16 engine of 8 liters and 1,500 horsepower for 1,600 Nm of torque, would go almost unnoticed next to this demonic machine …
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