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The Dodge Viper was always the car that never should have been. Low-slung, with a racey space frame chassis, and motivated by a behemoth of a V10 engine – the final iterations of the car packed a whopping 8.4 liters of displacement – the Viper was the pure, unfiltered essence of performance.
And that, in a sense, is what did the car in. As it’s been reported, the fifth-generation Dodge Viper simply didn’t have the headroom in the cabin to accommodate side curtain airbags, which became mandatory standard equipment in the US starting in 2017. FCA might have investigated raising the Viper’s roofline to fit them, but such a change would almost certainly have been prohibitively expensive.
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