1999 Dodge Hennesey Venom 650R Viper

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Rank: #9

Class: Dodge

0-60 Time: 3.7 seconds

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The top 10 fastest cars from Dodge are ranked from fastest to slowest based on their 0-60 times. We crunched the numbers from the best estimates of several premier resources, including Motor Trend, Road & Track, Car & Driver and more.

Pulling up at #9 in this class is the 1999 Dodge Hennesey Venom 650R Viper, which races 0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds. Sports cars with this rate of acceleration are generally classified as Super Fast Cars.

It lags behind the #8 ranked 2013 Dodge Viper GTS by 0.2 seconds and darts ahead of the #10 ranked 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat by just hundredths of a second.

Whether you are behind the wheel of one of these cars or happen to spot one in the next lane over, think twice before you step on the gas pedal. In a race from 0-60 mph between 1999 Dodge Hennesey Venom 650R Viper vs. 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, you would WIN by just hundredths of a second!

If you happen to roll up next to another Dodge, be sure you know what you're up against. Find out where your car stands among the top 10 fastest cars from 1999.

Vehicle information

Year: 1999

Make: Dodge

Model: Hennesey Venom 650R Viper

Engine: V-10

Horsepower: 650

Torque: 650

Transmission: 6M

Curb Weight: 3250

City MPG:

Highway MPG:

MSRP: $173,990

Performance statistics

Tags: Aftermarket tuner

Class: Super Fast Cars

Rank: #195

Best 0-60 Time: 3.7 seconds

Best ¼ Mile: 11.5 seconds

@ speed: 128.8 mph

Best Top Speed: 0.0 mph

Best Skid Pad: 1.1 G

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