Following the closure of FCA’s Conner Avenue Assembly plant in place of a historic vehicle collection, the fifth-gen Viper is dead. Done. Kaput. But don’t expect the beloved sports car to be gone for long; rumor has it that Dodge could revive the Viper in the next few years, and it could ditch its powerful V10 engine for the first time ever in place of an even more potent V8.

According to Car and Driver, the Viper will make its way back to dealers (and back into our hearts) by the end of the decade. It will be the second time the sports car gets a rebirth, following its reintroduction in 2012, and just like the last model, it will be extensively reworked.

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Get That Checkbook Ready, FCA Could Be Staging A Comeback For The Viper

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