The Dodge Viper’s death was scheduled for this month, and now the final Snake ever built has rolled off the assembly line. Finished this week in red, the final Viper was a GTS model, with a yellow ACR model rolling off the assembly line before it. FCA says it’ll keep the final car for its heritage collection.
The 1965 Shelby GT350 Mustang is heading back into production, albeit in limited form. Former Shelby American team members Peter Brock, Jim Marietta, and Ted Sutton will build 36 examples of the 1965 Mustang with rehabbed bodies and a few upgrades. One of these cars reportedly will be in Monterey for car week.
The Ferrari F40 isn’t exactly a common car. With just over 1,300 cars built over its lifespan, you won’t see them at your local Cars & Coffee every Saturday. But of course it’s car week in Monterey, and not one, but two Ferrari F40s are heading to the auction block in search of new owners.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
The last Dodge Viper has rolled off the assembly line
The 1965 Ford Shelby GT350R is going back into production
Not one, but two, Ferrari F40s are for sale this week
Hyundai gets the hint, focuses on battery-powered electric cars, not fuel cells
BMW Concept Z4 noses the roadster in a sporty new direction
2018 Chevrolet Tahoe drops price, loses third row
Lowriders to invade high-brow event in Pebble Beach
Hyundai-Kia: eight electric cars by 2022, dedicated EV platform
Pennzoil exorcises the 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon in moody video
European electric and plug-in hybrid sales for Jan-June 2017