There has been no increase from the price of the 2016 model.
Opting for the Viper GT and GTC variants increases the cost to $100,993, while the GTS starts at $113,093, and the track-oriented ACR is priced from $123,893, all with gas-guzzler and destination fees.
As previously reported by Edmunds, Viper production will end after the 2017 model year, and to mark the occasion Dodge is producing a series of five limited-edition 2017 Viper models, priced from $118,890, including gas-guzzler tax and destination charge.
All of the special-edition models sold out within two days after ordering opened on June 24.
The Viper is powered by an 8.2-liter V10 engine that produces 645 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque and comes mated to a six-speed manual transmission.
Brembo performance brakes are standard, as are 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels, performance tires, a limited slip differential and tuned suspension.
Members of the board of trustees of the NAHC, a massive historical archive of automotive information, select the winner annually from North American-built vehicles introduced during the previous calendar year.
The Viper has won the NAHC award four times since 2003.
Edmunds says: With Viper production scheduled to end next year, car shoppers interested in collecting one should visit their local Dodge dealership sooner rather than later.