Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Production Officially Starts

by SpeedLux
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

After a massive quantity of buzz that’s developed over the past few months, the fire-breathing 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is finally in production– and moving towards the garages of their fortunate purchasers.

However, muscle vehicle enthusiasts who shelled out at least $84,995 for a Demon still need to wait a little to get their vehicles. Fiat-Chrysler informed Motor Authority that deliveries will start “following containment at the plant.” It will likely be a couple weeks prior delivery, however at least clients’ cars are being developed right now.

To summarize, the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is the craziest, most effective variation of the Challenger– which is saying a lot, thinking about the Hellcat’s existence. The Demon is powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 making 808 horsepower on 91 octane fuel, or 840 horsepower on 100 octane gas if you choose the Demon Crate plan, which includes a special tune for race fuel.

The V-8 makes 770 pound-feet of torque with an eight-speed automatic transmission that sends all the power to the rear wheels, which are covered in Nitto NT05R 315/40 tires– rubber which is notoriously too broad for the assembly line. The Challenger SRT Demon also has the biggest functional hood scoop of any production vehicle ever, at 45.2 square inches.

Fiat Chrysler also made the customers who bought Satanic forces sign a legal document essentially stating you cannot sue them if you injure yourself doing something silly with your hellish new muscle car. That’s most likely not a bad idea on FCA’s part, considering what its demonic production can do.

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