For many people, the 2017 Dodge Viper was an authentic premium sports vehicle. 

It handled beautifully and had a strong V10 engine. It had incredible power, a sleek infotainment system, and looked every bit the sporty sports vehicle.

The Viper won several awards. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has plans to further distinguish the phenomenally popular vehicle.

But on August 31, 2017, the final Dodge Viper left the Conner Assembly Plant. How did the Dodge Viper fare? When will it ever return?

The last generation of the Dodge Viper For a while, the Dodge Viper served as the brand's emblem.

The 2017 versions' 645 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque engine is enough to turn attention with just one glance at its svelte form.

The fifth generation Dodge Viper made a comeback in 2013 under the SRT Viper name after spending two years off the market. 

Since 2010, the Viper had vanished. Fans were overjoyed when it was revealed in 2013 that it was coming back. 

Sales of the most recent supercar generation didn't meet FCA's expectations during the five years it was in production.

There were only a few 485 2017 Dodge Viper models left. Everyone was divided since it represented a third of the Vipers sold ten years earlier. 

FCA desired revenue. Fans continued to view it as an essential, permanent component of the Dodge brand.

FCA reduced the pricing, and sales marginally increased. The business declared that the 2017 models were the final ones produced for the Viper since sales did not meet expectations.

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