If you planned to order the 2017 Dodge Viper, you certainly know that it is coming to an end of production, but fortunate for those that want this car, it will be available again. Dodge has confirmed that the orders will reopen by the end of 2016. The automaker had to pause the ordering on October 7. The reason for this was to count how many cars the company can produce for the next year. Note that this is the final production year of the famous Dodge Viper.

Dodge Kuniskis, the Dodge chief, thought that it was essential for the company to pause ordering. The demands for this model are high so they needed to see whether they can produce that many cars.

He told The Detroit News: “We actually had to shut down the ordering because we outran our headlights. We didn’t know if we were going to have enough parts to build all the cars that people ordered. The demand for ACR is off the charts — way more than we ever expected. We are close to opening it back up now that we know how many more we can build. They will sell out quickly.”

2017 Dodge Viper Price

When Dodge officially announced that the 2017 model will be the last one to enter into the production Gerry Wood Dodge ordered 135 units. Namely, they would create their own special editions of the Viper. The starting price of the 2017 Dodge Viper is $89,995. Mid trims GT and GTS will cost $97,995 and $110,095 respectively while the ACR model will set you back $120,895. These are the prices without destination fee and not including taxes and other expenses that may occur. If you decide to add optional equipment these figures can go significantly higher.