Fiat-Chrysler design boss Ralph Gilles tells Motor Trend that the 2017 Dodge Viper is officially sold out. This means if you want one of the last Vipers and don’t have an order placed, you should probably start seeking out dealerships that have unsold order allocations.
The news comes just a month or so after Dodge reopened the order banks for the supercar in December. FCA had originally cut off the order bank in October 2016 due to concerns the company’s suppliers for the car could not meet with consumer demand associated with the planned final run.
FCA has apparently sorted out the supply chain and says that production will end permanently on August 31, 2017. All order slots between now and the end are sold to dealerships, including special edition variants of the car to commemorate its final model year.