Hennessey Performance has also created and even even crazier ZR1 package with 1200 hp.
This Challenger Demon takes inspiration from rear-engined Plymouth Barracudas from the ’60s and ’70s.
After one year and 4,000 miles, they were impressed, yet never managed to match Dodge’s official 1/4 mile time.
Watch a Challenger SRT Demon with the optional Demon Crate exceed 211 mph at Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds.
The V8’s internals remain stock, but the drivetrain has been enhanced to cope with all that power.
The Speedkore Dodge Charger Evolution has a modified Dodge Demon engine.
The Demon’s 840 HP output might stress the diff too much on looser surfaces and make it susceptible to failure.
It’s not just the carbon bodywork, it’s also the 966hp Demon engine hiding under the bonnet.
The Dodge Challenger Demon has almost 200 more horsepower than the Ford GT – but it’s not enough.
Paying that much for an American muscle car in the UK could get you three brand new Ford Mustang Bullitts instead.
The British supercar took on the mighty Dodge Challenger Demon at Palm Beach International Raceway.
There’s now one less Dodge Challenger SRT Demon in the world and that’s not a good thing.