Dodge Viper SRT-10  vs Cadillac CTS-V 

Dodge Viper SRT-10

  • $91k built in USA
  • 2008
  • 603 HP 8.4L
  • 197 mph
Angle view of Dodge Viper SRT-10
9 Out of 10
And, in fact, when the tintop Viper-the GTS-arrived in 1996, its top speed did jump from 166 mph to 177, also aided by a 50-hp bump (from 400 to 450) and a 69-pound-lighter weight advantage.
by Car and Driver (Feb, 2005)

Cadillac CTS-V

  • $58k
  • 2009
  • 556 HP 6.2L
  • 190 mph
Angle view of Cadillac CTS-V
8.5 Out of 10
The same quiet, efficient, four-lobe blower design is used, though it's a bit smaller and makes less boost (8.7 psi versus 10.5).
by MotorTrend (Aug, 2008)

TwinRev Review Our evaluation of Viper SRT-10 vs CTS-V


Real world tests measuring pedal-to-the-metal times

0-60mph, 0-100mph and 0-200kph

Bang for buck

Is it a super car at a super price?

HP/$, top speed/$, quarter mile/$ and 0-60/$

Track times

Real-world lap times and quarter mile speeds

Quarter mile time and Hockenheim lap time


It's not a supercar unless it's ridiculous in some way

Top speed, HP and Price

TwinRev Score

Acceleration, Bang for buck, Track times and Extremes

Dodge Viper SRT-10 

TwinRev recommends the Dodge Viper SRT-10  based on its acceleration, track times and extremes.

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