The Dodge Viper GTS (SR II) is a second generation coupé of the Dodge Viper RT/10 that was introduced in 1995.

It featured a biconcave roof to allow drivers to fit whilst wearing a helmet as well as an extensive amount of modifications to make the model to be considered as a new generation Viper.

The GTS was chosen as the pace car for the 1996 Indianapolis 500 race.


Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2

The Viper GTS is featured in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 as a class B vehicle available from the beginning in EA Black Box's PlayStation 2 release, but is rated as a tier 3 vehicle that costs 10,000 NFS Points in EA Seattle's PC, Gamecube, and Xbox releases.

The Viper GTS is one of the best accelerating vehicles in the title and has a high top speed to match. It also has a tendency to be tricky in corners due to its high power engine and rear-wheel drive configuration.

NFS Edition

The NFS Edition becomes available once the player accumulates 1,500,000 NFS Points in the PlayStation 2 releases, but requires 20,000 NFS Points to unlock in other releases.


The Pursuit edition is unlocked after earning 20,000 NFS Points in the EA Seattle releases.

Shift 2: Unleashed

The 1997 Twins Turbo Motorsport Viper GTS is classed as a turbocharged tuner vehicle in Shift 2: Unleashed. It is one of the best performing vehicles in drag and standing mile events.

The Twins Turbo Motorsport Viper GTS is a heavily modified variant designed to produce a high amount of horsepower and torque.

It is unlocked upon the player earning a 1st place finish in the final Standing Mile event of the downloadable Speedhunters Pack.


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