It’s the second rebirth of a Motown legend. Not many details have surfaced yet, but trust us: A new Viper is happening. Since the fifth-gen Viper’s production ended in 2017, Dodge has lacked a true halo car. Sure, it has its supercharged trick ponies—Hellcat and Demon—but the Mopar faithful need something to put up against Chevy’s and Ford’s mid-engined sports cars. It’s not likely to be on the road until late 2020 as a 2021 model.