Dodge Challenger SRT Demons begin delivery to dealerships starting today.
Because less tire is exactly what the Demon needed.
Dodge is making Demon buyers sign a special legal agreement. Here's what it says, and why Dodge is going through the effort.
Passenger seat? $1. Rear seat? $1. That Demon Crate full of track tools and front-runner tires? You guessed it, $1.
The Dodge Demon does the 1/4-mile in 9.65 seconds. Here's what it takes to go quicker in a "regular" Hellcat.
For weeks, Dodge teased us with numerical hints at the Demon's performance numbers. Here's what every one of them meant.
NHRA rules require a cage in any car that runs 9s. The Demon doesn't have one, but that won't stop you from racing it.
Everyone expected the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon to make over 1000 horsepower. It doesn't, but it still runs 9s.
It's got 840 horses, does 0-60 in 2.3 seconds, and hits the quarter-mile in 9.65 at more than 140 mph. The Demon has arrived.
Dodge has been teasing a widebody, even-higher-performance version of the Challenger Hellcat. Here's every detail we know so far.
It's the first factory production car ever designed to run on unleaded race fuel, thanks to some trick parts in the Demon Crate.
A far cry from Dodge's upcoming drag monster.
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.
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.