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§1, Cars posted are cars that YOU think are beautiful based on their looks.

§2a, The cars Brand, country of origin, performance, price and reliability is completely irrelevant.

§2b, The quantity in which the cars were / are produced is also completely irrelevant.

§3, No debating over if someone else think a car looks good or not, they have a right to their opinion and everyone has different taste.

Requirements for cars posted:




-Minimum one Picture of car

Further information about the car posted is much appriciated, but not required.


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1992–2006, 2008-2010, 2012–Present Dodge Viper (Now called SRT Viper)


1992–1995 - Known as the "RT/10", had an 8L V10 rated at 400hp.


  • 0-60 mph (97 km/h): 4.6 sec[8]
  • 0-100 mph (160 km/h): 9.2 sec
  • quarter mile: 12.9 sec @ 113.8 mph (183.1 km/h)[8]
  • top speed: 164 mph (264 km/h) reference: http://www.vipercentral.com/specifications/
  • 700 ft (210 m) slalom: over 66 mph (106 km/h)
  • skidpad average g: 0.96





1996–2002 - Known as the "Phase II SR" Same 8L V10, but rated at 415HP, GTS model at 450hp.

Performance (GTS) (RT/10 from 1998 - 2002)Dodge Viper second generation, phase II SR

  • 0-60 mph (97 km/h): 4.0 sec[9]
  • 0-100 mph (160 km/h): 8.6 sec[citation needed]
  • quarter mile: 12.2 sec @ 119 mph (192 km/h)[9]
  • top speed: 185 mph (298 km/h)[9]
  • slalom: 73.6 mph (118.4 km/h)[9]
  • skidpad average acceleration: 1.01 g (9.9 m/s²)[9]


GTS model:



2003–2006 SRT-10 (Model is called the ZB), this one had the 8.3 L V10 rated at 500hp.


Viper 8.3L Engine

Dodge Viper third generation (SRT-10 roadster)[10]

  • 0-60 mph (97 km/h): 3.9 sec
  • 0-100 mph (160 km/h): 8.36 sec
  • quarter mile: 11.77 sec @ 123.68 mph (199.04 km/h)
  • top speed: 189.5 mph (305.0 km/h)
  • slalom: 70.4 mph (113.3 km/h)
  • skidpad average acceleration: 1.05 g (10.3 m/s2)
  • 100–0: 274 ft (84 m)

Dodge Viper third generation (SRT-10 coupe)

  • 0-60 mph (97 km/h): 3.8 sec
  • 0-100 mph (160 km/h): 8.36 sec
  • quarter mile: 11.77 sec @ 123.68 mph (199.04 km/h)
  • top speed: 192.6 mph (310.0 km/h)
  • slalom: 70.4 mph (113.3 km/h)
  • skidpad average acceleration: 1.05 g (10.3 m/s2)
  • 100–0: 274 ft (84 m)





2008–2010 SRT-10 (Called "Phase II ZB" or "ZB2"), this one had the 8.4 L V10 rated at 600hp (Note; the grills on the hood and rims has changed).

Performance (2008 base model)

Dodge Viper fourth generation, phase II

  • 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h): 3.4 sec [13]
  • 0–100 mph (0–160 km/h): 7.6 sec [13]
  • quickest quarter mile: 10.92 sec @ 127.79 mph (205.66 km/h) [17]
  • top speed: 202 mph (325 km/h)
  • slalom: 74.2 mph (119 km/h)+
  • skidpad average acceleration: 1.06 g (10.4 m/s²)
  • 100–0 mph (160–0 km/h): 270 ft (82 m)




ACR Model (light weight road and track version):


2012-present SRT-Viper (Called the VX), latest one, All new redesigned model, has a 8.4L V10 rated at 640HP.







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^^ The second generation Viper GTS is hands down one of the best looking cars I have ever seen. The curves, proportions, details, everything... perfection IMO.

Too bad they sound like crap with anything other than stock exhaust.

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It's an odd firing V10, thats why they sound the way they do

Yea that is something I was hoping they would fix with the new viper, a V10 can sound absolutely orgasmic, but they still won't redesign that motor so it continues to sound like it has 5 cylinders.

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That Dino is sweet. I've been lucky enough to ride in one. Great car for the time they were made.

Same here, they are not very fast, but they are alot of fun to drive. Not to mention the sound they make..

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This isn't a "car" so I can edit if necessary.

2013 Range Rover Evoque. Completely obsessed with these, arguably the best looking SUV out right now.



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