Generation II Vipers were produced form 1996-2002.
This car is painted in 'American racing colors' of electric blue with two wide striped running down the center. The top itself features a 'double bubble' shape, which was pioneered by Zagato many years prior in his Fiat Abarths, to support the use of helmets.
Except for the power windows, there aren't a lot of modern conveniences on the Viper GTS. There are dual air bags and ABS, air conditioning, and powered by a 450 horsepower V-10 engine.
The GTS on display has a variety of modifications done to it, including the use of an ACR interior with dual 5-point harness, GTS-R roof scoop, Snake-Oyl shifter, Whelen strobe lights, Corsa exhaust, and an Autoform rear wing.
From 1996-2002, the Viper GTS had a lighter (650 lb less) engine that generated 450 bhp which could complete the quarter mile in 12.3 seconds and provide a lateral grip of 0.98g.