Originally manufactured in 1992, the Dodge Viper had a strong run until 2010. It is better known as a show car and muscle car, built for looks and speed rather than long term transport. It was meant to set itself apart from Chevy and Ford as the body of the car is meant to symbolize that of its name; a viper. Experts have described the body of the Viper as passionate yet confident, even voluptuous. What sets this vehicle apart is the horsepower compared to the torque. At 300 horsepower from the V10 and 450 pound-feet of torque, the Viper is built to perform above anything else. Over time the Viper was met with minimal changes, aside from modernizing. By 2017 production came to an end for the Viper, however it has left behind quite the legacy by industry and fashion standards.