2018 Dodge Challenger Demon Hits eBay With Stupid $250k Price

In the U.S., the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon starts at just $84,995, a remarkably low sum considering its straight-line performance. However, one future owner is looking to cash in on demand for the potent muscle car and has listed their order for the car on eBay for a crazy $250,000.

The listing says that whoever is willing to pay a quarter of a million dollars for the Dodge will be able to order the car directly in any configuration they choose. However, the seller says that if the car is purchased after a set and undisclosed date, it will be delivered in the specification that the seller selects.

Powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine delivering 840 hp, the Demon can accelerate to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 2.3 seconds and sprint down the quarter-mile in 9.65 seconds at 140 mph (225 km/h). Although those figures are impressive and quicker than the $4 million Bugatti Chiron, we can’t imagine anyone in their right mind paying $250,000 for a Demon.

Production of the Demon will be capped at 3,000 units in the United States and 300 in Canada and it will only be produced for one year.


  • Six_Tymes

    i really want to see a full video review of this car, and not just someone ruining the tires doing burnouts either.

    • Shobin Drogan

      I’m just waiting for motor trend or smoking tire, I have a feeling there isn’t going to be much positives on this.

    • Benjamin B.

      Dealers will make a lot of money replacing tires as the tires can only be bought at the dealer

  • Research Janitor

    Stupid is as stupid does.

  • benT

    Stupid car.
    Stupid price.
    The record was set by the modified non-street version in the image https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e7a6daad0a76170a7fd7261456e3233454fd090c98e034a64fa9231a4e3d172e.jpg

    • Axiom Ethos

      Modified how?

      • benT

        non-street legal tyres and wheels.
        how many corners will this car go about at reasonable commuter level speed?

        Car is technically banned by NHRA
        “…..and the NHRA requires the fitment of extra safety equipment, Glen Gray, NHRA Vice President—Technical Operations and the man who wrote the “ban” letter, explained in a post on the organization’s website.”

        “Any car running 9.99 seconds or quicker needs to have “certain NHRA-certified equipment, including, but not limited to, a certified roll cage, window net, aftermarket driver restraint system, a driveshaft loop, and a master cutoff switch,” according to the NHRA post. The Demon doesn’t come with any of that, although it does have four-point harnesses in place of conventional three-point seatbelts. The driver must also have an NHRA competition license, and wear a full complement of safety gear, including a helmet, fire-resistant clothing, and a HANS device or similar neck collar.”


  • Axiom Ethos

    Would love to see a race against the Chiron. Demon would be left in the dust after the quarter mile.

    • TheHake

      $2300000/85000 = 27 Demon’s for the price of one Chiron. Just saying. Even at $250 000 you can still buy 9 of them.

  • TheHake

    I have a Passat for sale for $150 000-00… any takers?

    • Bash

      Nah, Ill Pass at that offer looool.
      😀 ill let my self out.

      • TheHake

        What if I knock 50k off that price just for you?

        • Bash

          Does it come with a gold plated steering wheel!! Haha

          • TheHake

            I can always spray it gold if you want…

  • Craig

    “…and it will only be produced for one year.” That’s the FIRST time I’ve heard that.

    • Bash

      They know for sure they aren’t selling as many of them

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