Dodge Div. says it plans to continue offering the Viper in its lineup, but that the next generation coming out in a few years may take on new appearance and performance characteristics. DaimlerChrysler Corp. put Viper into production as an open top 2-seat roadster for the '92 model year and later added a closed top coupe in 1996. Since 1992, Dodge has sold 9,394 Vipers. Dodge is taking an unusual approach and asking Viper enthusiasts as well as the public and even members of the media to ...

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