10 Canceled Cars that Won’t be Coming Back after 2017

Not every new car is a success, and over time even the most intriguing models run the risk of being surpassed by more interesting offerings from other companies. It’s not always a design, price, or features issue – some slow sellers fall victim to events outside their control, like changing fuel prices, shifting customer buying habits, or fading styling trends. The 10 cars on this list are facing their final year of production before being canceled forever, making this your last chance to snag one of these models.

1. Dodge Viper

The Dodge Viper has long stood as a singular entry in the word of supercars, and the addition of electronic traction control and stability control to the latest generation car has done little to attenuate its raw, powerful character. Still, the lack of an automatic transmission on the options sheet (a nod to its purist design principles), and a much higher price than its domestic rival, the Chevrolet Corvette, have conspired to reduce sales to the point where Dodge is walking away from its halo car – for a second time, as Viper production went on extended hiatus between 2010 and 2013. The 2017 model year will be the final one for the Dodge Viper, and it will be celebrated by several special editions aimed at hardcore fans.

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