Thankfully, they haven’t fiddled with the engine. The 8.4-liter V10 still produces 640 horsepower, and power still goes to the rear-wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox. Even better, Prefix says the conversion doesn’t add too much extra weight (although they won’t say just how much it does add).
The Medusa will run in limited quantities, and as mentioned, it’s going to cost current Viper owners $35,000 for the conversion. Or you can wait around another three years for a factory convertible Dodge Viper. But who wants to wait that long?