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Chrysler is putting a temporary stop to production yet again as it struggles to clear its glut of it high-end sports car.
AutoBlog reports that Chrysler is idling Viper production at its Conner Avenue assembly plant in Detroit again. Chrysler briefly resumed production of its halo car from June 23 to July 3 after halting production for two months. But rather than re-starting assembly following the July 4 long weekend, the company is putting the Viper back in a holding pattern.
Dodge’s upcoming monster of a muscle car will be more powerful than some of the most exclusive supercars in the world.
Official ratings for the SRT Challenger and Charger put the car at 707 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque, making it considerably more powerful than its exotic sibling: the SRT Viper. The SRT halo car makes 640 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque with a massive 8.4-liter V10, but it’s hard to care now that Chrysler will sell you a blown V8 that makes it look downright wimpy.
In fact, the SAE ratings mean that the steroidal challenger is not only more powerful than the Shelby GT500, but also the ultra-exclusive Lamborghini Aventador along with a long list of other high-priced exotics.
Dealers will begin taking delivery of the new Challenger later this year with two key fobs: a black version that “limits” output to 500 hp and a red version that unleashes the car’s full power.
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