Apr 22, 2015

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The Dodge Viper entered the automotive arena just like any other–as a concept car. 

Fawned over by the attendees after its much-anticipated unveiling at Detroit’s 1989 North American International Auto Show, the dream became a production reality three years later.

Unlike some dreams that come true, this fantasy didn’t disappoint, delighting enthusiasts and dealers, like your award-winning Dodge dealership in Miami.

Flying in the face of its compact yet, spacious, ever-practical, and all-American K-car kin, like the 1983 Dodge Aries, the Viper was the K-car’s antithesis. Impractical, sexy, and speedy were its benchmarks. Note: benchmark, not bench seat.