2016 Dodge Viper ACR With Matte Paint Finish Front Three Quarter
Building on the Viper’s existing “1 of 1” personalization progeam, the 2016 Dodge Viper is now offered with matte paint across the color palette. The addition of a matte finish now doubles the amount of color and stripe options, from 8,000 paint colors and 24,000 individual stripe options, to 16,000 colors and 48,000 stripe variants, resulting in nearly 50 million unique Viper combinations. Each Viper that passes through the customization process (aside from the track-ready ACR) is badged as a “Viper GTC”. Each coat of paint and each applied stripe is all done by hand, with 145 to 160 man hours invested per Viper. While most stripes you Each Viper receives a base color coat, followed by a coat of clear finish. The paint is sanded with 1,000 grit sandpaper to finish the shine.
2015 Dodge Viper Gtc Customization 02
With the new matte finish option, each panel of the Dodge Viper is sanded a second time before the matte clear coat is applied. In an unusually labor-intensive process, each stripe is hand-painted on to the car before the final clearcoat is applied, adding 18 hours to the overall paintwork process. Each 2016 Dodge Viper GTC is completed with a personalized instrument panel badge with the customer’s chosen name of the design, the nickname of the car, or the name of the customer themselves. The “1 of 1” program is available for 2016 Dodge Viper GTC and ACR models, and will be available in dealer showrooms beginning this July.