7 Cars That are Downright Scary to Drive

Do not get into one of these unless you know what you’re doing

Dodge Viper

The original Dodge Viper had a 400hp V10, but no traction control or antilock breaks, meaning it’s very easy to give the car too much throttle, spin out, slide into a tree and have the side-mounted exhaust burn your leg as you try to flee.

By 2008, the Viper’s engine had grown to a truly scary 600hp, but electronic stability control was still absent, even though the technology was already well-developed at the time