This might be an idea for Cadillac.....
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I aways feel a lot more passion for the Corvette where the Viper doesn't leave me as engauged. Maybe iits because the Vette has always been there my whole life while the Viper is a Johnny come lately, or because it doesn't look much different than the first Viper.... But that's why we have so many different cars - some people love a model, others don't.I saw a 2014 viper a few weeks ago, it was black with a dark tint and dark grey wheels. I couldn't stop looking at it. I don't feel that way about the Vette. I think the Vette is a better car, but the viper does look good.
I feel the complete opposite. I get passionate for the throwback muscle car, handbuilt Viper.... The current Corvette is a beautiful machine in its own right, but it feels a bit too sterile for me to get passionate about. I really think it depends on your age where the Viper sits on the scale of desirability. If you were a kid that grew up in the 1980's (like me) -- the Viper was the hot car to have when it debuted in '89... At that time, the C4 seemed like an also-ran that was cobbled together with an afterthought interior. Not to mention the sheer insanity of an 8.0+ liter motor under the hood in every one of them...... The first Corvette I ever drove had a crossfire V8 -- let's just say it left quite an impressive (or lack thereof).I aways feel a lot more passion for the Corvette where the Viper doesn't leave me as engauged. Maybe iits because the Vette has always been there my whole life while the Viper is a Johnny come lately, or because it doesn't look much different than the first Viper.... But that's why we have so many different cars - some people love a model, others don't.
GM should definitely do a similar build program for Cadillacs, at least for the V-series cars.Sounds to me like Dodge is copying GM and Porsche with interacting with the production of a vehicle to create a bond. Not a bad thing to copy these programs are awesome for those who can afford it.
Won't be easy for assembly line cars.GM should definitely do a similar build program for Cadillacs, at least for the V-series cars.
A Cadillac museum... yes, please. A bespoke center, a build center, a delivery center, a heritage center, and maybe even a small track all rolled into one? Yes please.
Do them one better and offer some type of accommodations. Partner with Ritz Carlton for it. Something.
Just one lap. Don't go pushing your luck.I love both the c7 corvette and the viper, they are both insane cars. If I would have said on this site a year ago that a $100,000 corvette can lap with a million dollar Porsche, Ferrari, or McLaren who would have believed it.
Tell that to all the Viper owners who are whooping ass on C7 Z06's. Trap speeds for the Viper are 130--135 MPH, whereas with the new Z...125-130 MPH. Big difference!Dodge Viper its all in the name you should dodge on the dealer once they draw up the financing. In my opinion it is not worth it GTR, Z06, GT3, R8, 911 Turbo S, so many other options that provide better performance, better livability and value. Ralph Gilles needs to get the next gen pushed ahead asap. When you launch a new vehicle and in its first test it runs slower than an established and wrung out to the max swan song ZR-1 you have a credibility issue. Especially after you then bitch about it and create a special model just to save face. VIPER TA (Try-Again)