Here’s something you don’t see, well, ever: a Dodge Viper dually with four rear wheels. And on top of that, it’s also made to look like an army vehicle. Because, of course, second generation Dodge Vipers with four rear wheels are in high demand right now. The vehicle was discovered by the team over at 1320video, who posted the images to their Instagram for us all to look at in confusion.
Interestingly, the Viper first popped up in 2017 in a video found by CarScoops, which you can see here. The Viper is from Japan, and has varied its modifications over the years. In the video, the Viper has some massive rear tires instead of the dually setup seen in the Instagram post. The rear fenders are so wide that they have their own brake lights and reflectors. Both setups are strange, but there’s no denying the dually takes things up another notch.
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But it’s more than the quad rear tire setup that makes this so insane. Apart from the matte green paintwork and army decals on almost every body panel, the bodywork itself has some very comprehensive modifications. The front has also been massively widened in the fenders, supposedly fitting 325/25 section front tires. Those wide fenders integrate into a deep front splitter, and the hood has been grafted many vents and scoops. Around the side, there are some definitely fake smoke stack exhausts not exiting from the fenders like other Viper generations have, but the doors themselves. The rear has an oversized antenna and larger rear diffuser, in addition to the dually tires. They’re hard to miss.
We aren’t sure why this strange and wacky Dodge Viper dually exists. We aren’t sure it needs to exists. But it does, and hopefully it brings some light-hearted humor to your day. Given it has been running around in Japan since 2017, it probably does the same for the owner. Good for them.