Dodge Viper turned to carbon fiber supercar

January 26, 2016 at 11:31

Dodge Viper served as a base for Force 1 supercar, which debuted at the Detroit Auto Show. The known author of BMW Z8 and Aston Martin DB9 models and founder of Fisker Automotive Henrik Fisker was a creator of this car. All body panels are made of carbon fiber. The model’s weight is 1538 kilograms. The car dimensions (length, width and height) are 4544/2018/1243 mm.

The carbon fiber Force1 supercar picture

The carbon fiber Force1 supercar picture

Viper version shared with the novelty the chassis, 8.4-liter aspirated V10, generated 745 hp, and a torque, which is transmited to the rear wheels through a standard six-speed mechanics or an optional automatic with the same number of steps. The supercar accelerates up to 60 miles per hour (96 km / h) in 3 seconds, and its top speed is 350 km / h. Force 1 has received 21-inch wheels with Pirelli P Zero tires and powerful brakes Brembo.

The rear design of Dodge's limited model image

The rear design of Dodge’s limited model image

The interior finishing was made of leather, chamois and Alcantara. The model was also equipped with carbon fiber cover for glasses, a pocket for a smartphone on the center console, as well as a compartment for storing of two bottles of wine or champagne.
Force 1 supercar production will be limited to 50 copies. The cost of each car will be 268500 dollars.

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