Dodge said that it would only build 3,300 2018 Challenger SRT Demons (3,000 for the U.S. and 300 for Canada) and video captured the last one just rolling off the line yesterday at the automaker’s Brampton, Ontario plant. This marks the end of an admittedly short era.
There’s no question housing prices in California are over the top, and that must be giving car sellers ideas. Someone there has a used 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon listed online for $550,000. That’s a whole new level of Demon markups—like, the level where you fight the boss and the boss always wins the game.
As we recently found out, the 840 HP Dodge Demon lives up to all the hype. Despite Dodge’s best efforts to encourage dealers to sell at MSRP, some dealers are turning to auctions to get top dollar without sacrificing their order timing.
While you might be ready to sell your soul for a chance to buy a 840 horsepower, drag-strip dominating Dodge SRT Challenger Demon, you shouldn’t be plunking down a deposit at your local dealership just yet.
It has come to the attention of this august body, the Jalopnik Editorial Board—the second-most respected editorial board of any publication in the world—that the Fiat Chrysler company is releasing an 840 horsepower version of the Dodge Challenger. After careful evaluation, this editorial board has decided this is bad.…
See all that burnout smoke? It’s not coming from a clutch dump. You can get a hell of a lot from the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon: 840 horsepower, 770 lb-ft of torque, a massive blower, 0-60 mph in just 2.3 seconds and bragging rights over your soft, feckless Hellcat owner friends. One thing you won’t get is three…
Sometime around 2005, I think, Dodge started teasing us with video previews and tidbits about the 2018 Challenger SRT Demon. Now, finally, 12 years and more than 4,000 videos later—again, I’m estimating here—we will see the Demon in all its glory at the New York Auto Show this week. And this is apparently it.
I originally predicted that the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon would be run on the souls of the impure. But Dodge engineers weren’t able to design a fuel system that could handle the metaphysical nature of the human psyche, so the Demon will run on 100 octane instead.
The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon may be a monster muscle car sprung from the gates of hell to lay down some fiery tracks, but that doesn’t mean the car is running hot all the time. The Demon will have a unique super cooled air induction system to keep things chill.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is is supposed to be the ultimate drag race dominating monster. Its automatic will allow lightning-quick launches without using the brake, but Dodge’s latest announcement makes no mention of a manual.
Say what you will about Dodge’s lineup, but they know how to make cars that look mean and sound meaner. As expected the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will have a gnarly rumble which you can download as a ringtone because apparently, this is 2004.
Dodge has been teasing the Challenger SRT Demon for months now, and all we know so far is that it will suck a lot of air, have some wide-ass tires, and it can be ordered without the back seats or the passenger seat. Yep, one seat. Anyway, this might be it.
One of the biggest unanswered questions about Mopar’s latest demonic-spawnmobile, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, is just how many angry devil horses will be snorting fire under that hood. We’ve established that 757 horsepower would be a letdown, because don’t riding mowers have that much now? A picture posted to…