Here we have the 1:33 ACR limited edition Dodge Viper that has been on display at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. What exactly does the 1:33 stand for? Well back in November, Chris Winkler was able to race the Viper ACR around the Laguna Seca track in just 1:33.944. It’s the fastest time ever accomplished by a production car, and only 33 of Dodge Vipers have been built since. Now what really makes this car unique is the 600 horsepower under the hood, and able to run from 0-202 mph 14 seconds faster than the 2009 model. Thus proving the Dodge Viper SRT10 V10 engine is not something to mess around with.

This limited edition 1:33 model received a custom two-tone paint scheme on the exterior consisting of a Black Clear Coat and Red Clear Coat colors. A very large carbon fiber rear wing was installed at the back, and the end caps needed to be modified to fit it. Other car styling features are the red rims painted to match the red and black racing stripes going down the car. The interior driver seat was also replaced with a Racetech racing seat and racing harness. Check back for more exclusive and rare cars displayed at the Detroit Auto Show.

[Source: autoblog]