The Viper ACR categorically doesn’t need any introductions, nor does it need a power upgrade, for that matter, and Geiger understands that.
The German tuning shop specialized in American cars has done it again, bringing the ACR-branded Viper to our attention. In case you forgot how almighty the hardest variant of the Viper is, it’s worth mentioning that the V10 beast went around the famous Laguna Seca circuit in a blazing 1:28:65 lap time. That might not sound like much if we don’t have a standard to compare it to, but the Viper’s time is the standard, as the The 887 hp Porsche 918 Spyder completed the same course in 1:29.89, while the P1 apparently did it in 1: 30.71.
So, you can imagine that such a performer doesn’t need any modifications, especially as any interference with its setup can unbalance the overall performance. Furthermore, 645 hp and 814 Nm of torque is more than enough, but if you’re looking for a Viper with a lot more grunt (but with less performance on the track), Geiger actually has a 700 hp variant at its disposal.
Equipped with adjustable aero parts, a 1.88-meter-wide race grade carbon-fiber rear wing with Gurney flap and lateral air guides, and a set of Kumho Ecsta V720-high-performance tires, the car can achieve a 285 km/h top speed.
As the ACR model could very well be the pinnacle model of the car’s glorious 25-year history – with the production ending in 2017 – Geiger is willing to let it go for 179.000 Euro.