Need For Speed: World players are certainly no strangers to "Elite" cars, mainly due to their special features and out-of-the-ordinary bodykits and paintjobs. So far there is one for each Tier, but now the first-ever Elite Cop Car joins the car list: the Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR. With a price tag of 25000 Speedboost, this car is the most expensive of the entire game (alongside the Koenigsegg CCX Elite). However, looking at how exclusive it is, the price surely seems fair.
First introduced in 1999, the ACR model of the Dodge Viper was meant to be a street-legal racing car - after all, ACR stands for "American Club Racing". In 2008, Dodge decided that it was time to add a new type of ACR to their line-up. And the result is impressive. Even though the engine used in the ACR version is the same as the one that comes with the standard SRT-10 (a massive 8.4-liter V10 capable of producing 600 hp), there's nothing standard about the ACR: reduced weight, street-legal racing tyres, two-piece brake rotors, adjustable suspension, aerodynamic upgrades that include a huge rear spoiler to provide more downforce at high speed, custom paintjob, ACR badge, and 20 inch alloy wheels. On 14th September 2011, at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, a Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR captured the fastest production car lap record with a time of 7 minutes and 12 seconds.
In addition to this already over-the-top car, this Elite Cop Car comes with a fully functional, roof mounted light bar, a set of large integrated bull bars in the front bumper, red/blue flashers in the front bumper opening, large yellow fog lamps, and a fully functional police siren, along with an exclusive paintjob and bodykit.