Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 6.2 V8
2018 Dodge Demon 6.2-liter HEMI® V8. Finished in Pitch Black with matching black interior. Showing just 352 miles and one owner – and fantastic opportunity to buy a rare and increasingly collectable car. Chassis number 2C3CDZH91JH102224, all original documents and accessories, including the all important Demon crate, are present.
The Dodge Demon created a real stir when launched back in 2018 due to it’s immense power and it featuring some of the most advanced drag technology ever to be found on a production car. With the Demon Dodge claimed to set out on their own path, building not a sports car, or a pony car like their rivals but instead a street strip muscle car. The 6.2L HEMI is not a tuned up Hellcat motor and features 25 new components including a deck honed block like on a high end racecar, revised crankshaft, connecting rods, pistons, camshaft, all new valvetrain and a new larger 2.7L supercharger. This resulting power figures are 840bhp and 770 lbf⋅ft.
The lists of firsts and accomplishments with this car make it just about the perfect car to bore dinner part guests with. First time drag radials are found on a production car. First production car with a trans brake, first use of air conditioning system to aid cooling of the intercooler. Fastest production car 0-60mph. Fastest production car quarter mile. First production car to pop a wheelie. Highest amount of G-force under acceleration than any other production car. First production car designed to run on 100+ high octane fuel. Highest horsepower production V8 ever produced. First production car to feature torque reserve. First with a front passenger seat delete, first with drag specific suspension. The stats and achievements just go on and on, and amount to a truly monsterous that few cars can rival in terms of presence or reputation.
The resulting numbers speak for themselves - 1.8g’s at launch, 0-30 in 1 second, 0-60 in 2.3 seconds, and 100mph comes in just 5.1 seconds. The all important ¼ mile is clocked at 9.65 sec at 140mph, which was actually too fast for the guys and girls at the NHRA whom after certifying this time promptly banned the Demon from ever running at any of their member tracks for breaking their 9.99 second and 135mph limit for production cars.