The Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X is a Dodge racing car featured in the Asphalt series. The Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X is based on the fourth generation Dodge Viper.
To commemorate the end of the fourth generation Dodge Viper and mend the gap from the car's production end until the release of the new car, Dodge offered an improved version of the ACR specifically designed to run in the Dodge Viper Cup Series. This car, named Viper ACR-X, added to the basic ACR 40 hp (30 kW), a new set of downforce-enhancing front canards, and new materials that, along with a stripped interior, reduced weight to 3,300 lb (1,500 kg). It is a purpose-built race car, and is not street-legal. According to Dodge, the car beat the regular record-holding ACR around Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca by about three seconds (1:33.9 to 1:31). Price increased by US$12,000, to $110,000. Production was planned for the spring of 2010, for 50 vehicles. As of February 17, the Viper ACR-X's Nürburgring lap record is 7:03.058, a full 9.072 seconds faster than the regular ACR.
The Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X is a Tier 4 vehicle. It requires 80 stars to unlock and costs 110,000 Cash.
Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X is a low-end A class car, with a starting rank of 1333, max rank of 1491 and a pro rank of 1565.It is a fine starter car, and is often compared with the Ford 2006 GT or Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series. However, some people think this is a worse car to start than the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car, as this car has a lower nitro efficiency than the Cadillac CTS-V, and also a weaker nitro than it. However, this car has a higher top speed to keep it up with the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car. This car can qualify with its own event, as well as the Dodge only event (although the only way you can win is through this car). It has a worse handling when driving, especially when drifting, like the Lotus Exige S Coupe. This car also suffers from one of the worst nitro efficiency, like the Dodge Dart GT. It costs 60,000 and 364,400 to MAX it.