Thursday, February 5th 2015. | Auto & Motor, Car

The 2015 Viper ACR Concept, first introduced at the 2014 SEMA Show, has been green-lighted for production. At least that’s what Allpar claims, quoting a “reliable source.” According to the report, the new Viper ACR would start production in July 2015 as a 2016 model. The news comes as a surprise, given the Viper has had a rough 2014, with production being halted for two months due to slow sales.

Built for the 2014 SEMA Show on fifth-generation Viper underpinnings, the ACR Concept features all the goodies seen on previous models, including a carbon-fiber splitter and canards for the front bumper, a race-spec vented hood, a massive rear wing, massive brakes and the signature ACR livery. Allpar makes no mention of how many of these features will make it onto the production car, but it’s safe to assume that Dodge will take no prisoners in making the new ACR quicker than its forerunner.

Should the ACR Concept become a production car you can buy at dealers, expect it to sit at the top of the Viper range in terms of price, with a sticker well above the $100,000 mark.

Click past the jump to read more about the Dodge Viper ACR.

Dodge Viper ACR Concept Will Make It To Production originally appeared on on Thursday, 5 February 2015 16:00 EST.

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