Dodge Challenger SRT Demons begin delivery to dealerships starting today.
Because less tire is exactly what the Demon needed.
Those drag radial tires come with some serious weather limitations.
Hennessey's Camaro ZL1-based Exorcist seeks to vanquish the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
The Dodge Demon does the 1/4-mile in 9.65 seconds. Here's what it takes to go quicker in a "regular" Hellcat.
Dodge boss Tim Kuniskis hints that the Demon's price won't be as evil as some folks were expecting.
For weeks, Dodge teased us with numerical hints at the Demon's performance numbers. Here's what every one of them meant.
Everyone expected the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon to make over 1000 horsepower. It doesn't, but it still runs 9s.
Dodge has been teasing a widebody, even-higher-performance version of the Challenger Hellcat. Here's every detail we know so far.
It could be nothing. Or, it could be a four-door Demon.
It's the first factory production car ever designed to run on unleaded race fuel, thanks to some trick parts in the Demon Crate.
Here's what that means, and why it's awesome.
Among other things, it's got skinny drag-racing front wheels, and the tools to swap them out at the track.
A teaser video seems to reveal the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon's 0-60, horsepower, torque, 1/4 mile times and more. If you believe them.
The evidence is clear: The 2018 Dodge Demon will be capable of a 10-second quarter mile, straight from the factory.
We have good reason to believe it does.
Dodge promises you'll be able to configure it to favor on-street performance or drag times. Or a little of both.
Yes, we know, there were rumors of an all-wheel-drive Hellcat. This isn't it. Here's why.
Your lightweight Challenger Hellcat is coming, but you'll have to choose your options wisely.