Despite Fiat Chrysler group announcing that the Viper would end production in 2017, there are still hardcore fans willing to shell out top dollars for a pristine example, but this 2006 model year vehicle was designed for another purpose. It’s been fitted with a twin-turbocharger system that boosts power output to a whopping 1,400-horsepower, good enough to hit a stop speed of 252 mph. Read more for the video and additional information.
The seems normal at first, or at least through the first few gears, but after that, the 100 mph – 200 mph sprint takes just 10-seconds, while the acceleration continues on all the way up until 240 mph before hitting a top speed of 252.588 mph. The official timing and speed figures are recorded by the International Mile Racing Association (IMRA), a sanctioning body that includes Guinness World Records.