The “muscle sleigh” brought all its 797 horses to the Los Angeles Auto Show .
There’s now one less Dodge Challenger SRT Demon in the world and that’s not a good thing.
Dodge has sold nearly 520,000 Challengers since the third-generation model came out in 2008.
Is the Demon quick enough to beat the Hayabusa in a 1/4-mile drag race? .
The Demon might have been discontinued, but its spirit lives on in this Hennessey-prepped Redeye.
Power is only as good as what you can do with it, as these Dodge Challenger Hellcat and Shelby GT500 demonstrate.
Santa’s new sleigh packs 797 hp and has a top speed of 203 hp.
There are powerful muscle cars and then there’s the Dodge Challenger Redeye.
The Dodge Demon was already a breast, but Speedkore has reduced weight and added even more power.
Carbon fiber and turbochargers make this Dodge Demon unstoppable.
No one really misses Plymouth, but if it’s one model we’d like to see resurrected, it’s the ‘Cuda.
The latest high-performance Hellcat rockets from 0-60 mph in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 203 mph.