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Dodge Viper Supercar Named to Hagerty’s Hot List of Future Collectibles

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The 2016 Dodge Viper has been named to Hagerty’s Hot List of future collectible cars

Anyone who loves fast, powerful American cars knows about the Dodge Viper. The Viper supercar is a distinctive silhouette that turns heads easily while breaking records on the track. You might even say that it’s one of the most exclusive vehicles out on the road.

In fact, the Dodge Viper is so exclusive that the classic car experts at Hagerty have named the 2016 Dodge Viper SRT model it its annual Hot List of future collectible vehicles. This is a huge honor coming from the Hagerty Group, which is the world’s leading insurance provider for classic cars.

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“The Viper checks all the boxes for a future collectible,” said McKeel Hagerty, CEO of Hagerty. “Limited-volume, race-bred pedigree, iconic styling, and raw power make it a natural choice for the 2016 Hot List.”

When the Viper was first conceived in 1992, it stunned the automotive industry with its exotic good looks and American-built body. This supercar has transformed into one of the most high-performance vehicles in the market, and is still distinctively American. The 2016 Viper SRT has a hand-built V10 engine that churns out 645-horsepower and a hand-crafted body.

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Right now, consumers that want to shell out the money for the 2016 Viper can create a one-of-a-kind super car that fits their personal style. Dodge created the 1-of-1 customization program to offer consumers that option.

So the lesson of the day? If you’ve got a 2016 Dodge Viper, hold on to it—it’s sure to cost even more in the future. Especially since the Viper is getting axed after 2017.