Performance benchmarks have changed in the past few years. Horsepower has been replaced by lap times and it’s pushing overall performance to the extreme. Setting a fast lap of the Nürburgring has become the gold standard and Dodge is looking for its shot to take the throne.

According to Motor Authority, the Viper ACR has set production car lap records at 13 tracks across the country, besting some of the world’s greatest supercars. At Laguna Seca, the ACR managed to set a time of 1:28.65, beating both the McLaren P1 and the previous record holder, the Porsche 918 Spyder. Thanks to 645 horsepower and an aerodynamics package that produces close to 2,000 pounds of downforce, the Viper is becoming the new standard among track monsters. While record attempts at Nürburgring are on hold, it’s safe to say this new ACR will have no trouble smashing its old time of 7:12.13, and might become one of the fastest production cars ever.