It was inevitable that someone, somewhere would eventually crash their Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. And this is the first incident that has come to our attention.
So far, we’ve seen three Demons that caught fire) in the United States, but no one was hurt as this occurred while they were loaded on a truck.
On the other hand, things might be much more serious in this crash, as the image shared on Instagram by MoparAddicts calls for a “moment of silence”…
Now, this would be the part where you’d read about the incident and what exactly happened. However, we only have this picture and a comment claiming that it happened last week in La Jolla, California, with the person behind the wheel hitting three parked cars.
Since it’s pretty much impossible to confirm the facts, we just hope that the call for silence was referring to the car and that nobody was injured.
Looking at the image shows that the Demon’s front end is beat up badly. It’s impossible to tell from this angle whether its structure has been affected, but if it has, then only 3,296 units remain on the streets. That’s 2,996 (minus this one, and and 300 in Canada.
The supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine, which feeds 840 HP to the rear axle on race fuel is probably damaged as well, and in addition to the mechanical work, the Demon is going to need a new face, too. That, of course, is if the car is salvageable and not a write-off.
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