Specifications for a 2007 Dodge Viper
- The Dodge Viper is 175.6 inches long and 75.2 inches wide. The height of the Viper is 47.6 inches, and its wheelbase is 98.8 inches. The front and rear tracks are 61.6 inches and 60.9 inches, respectively. The length to wheelbase ratio is 1.78, and its ground clearance is 5.1 inches. The Viper's curb weight is 3,450 pounds, and the drag coefficient is 0.400.
- The 2007 Dodge Viper is equipped with an 8.4-liter, 10-cylinder engine. The motor has 20 overhead valves and displaces 511.501 cubic inches. The Viper generates 600 horsepower and uses a Sequential Multi-Port Fuel Injection (SMPFI) system. The bore and stroke are 4.06 inches by 3.96 inches. The Viper's maximum torque is 560 foot-pounds at 6,250 RPM, and the compression ratio is 10.20:1.
- The 2007 Viper goes from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.7 seconds and to 100 miles in 8.4 seconds. Its top speed is 202 MPH, and the power to weight ratio is 383.39 horses per ton. The Viper has an 18.5 gallon fuel tank and gets 12 miles per gallon in both city and highway conditions.
- The engine of the Dodge Viper is located in the front of the vehicle; however, the Viper uses rear-wheel drive. The Viper is equipped with 10x18-inch wheels in the front and 13x19-inch wheels in the back. Both the front and rear wheels of the vehicle are equipped with anti-lock brakes. The Viper has a six-speed manual transmission.