While Dodge had been on a roll with menacing muscle cars, they went above and beyond, creating a muscle car that will go down in history. Based on the popular Challenger Hellcat, the Dodge Demon specs are those of a record-breaking supercar. The Demon SRT is a proud moment for the American automotive industry because it's one of the fastest, most powerful, and most awe-inspiring cars to ever come from an American brand. Not to mention, it's one of the rarest American performance cars as well. 3,300 is how many Dodge Demons were made, and combined with its incredible looks and performance, its rarity makes it quite the desirable machine. Just by looking at the Dodge Demon, there's absolutely no doubt that it's an incredible performance car. Its massive intakes, classic proportions, and aggressive stance leave no room for debate that it's a very serious vehicle when it comes to speed. The outcome of flooring a Dodge Demon in a straight line is something that should never be underestimated because it's one of the very few production cars in the world that can do a quarter-mile in less than ten seconds, and this car is an example of when looks aren't deceiving. Starting with the most obvious: it’s a very wide car. Open the door and you will find a 4-point harness for the driver’s seat.
Dodge Demon Price
Now we have reached the most explosive of the Dodge Challenger Demon specs. On paper, the Dodge Demon price is $84,995 MSRP. If you want a passenger seat, it is $1. The rear seats are $1. The carpet for the trunk is $1. And the Demon Crate is also $1. A luxury package includes a heated steering wheel, heated and cooled leather seats for $1,500. An 18-speaker Harmon/Kardon system is $995, and the craziest price is $4,995 sunroof. What comes free is one day of driving instruction at Bob Bondurant’s racing school. Dealers have been marking them up due to the limited production, but Dodge pushes back the build date for each dollar sold over invoice cost.
Dodge Demon Specs
To build the world’s fastest production car, Dodge started with a new block. A giant supercharger now displaces 2.7 liters and is chilled by an intercooler along with a shot of cool air from the A/C. This allows the boost to reach 14.7 pounds at launch. Being the first production car equipped with a trans-brake, it allows the Demon to pull a wheelie at the starting line.
The record-breaking Dodge Demon horsepower lays down a quarter-mile time of 9.65 seconds at 140 mph is why it is banned from NHRA racing - because it lacks a roll cage. Certified by the Guinness Book of World Records, both front tires are in the air for 2.92 feet. For the Dodge Demon 0-60 mph time, the 840 hp and 770 lb-ft of torque will have you at 60 mph in 2.3 seconds. Only 3,000 cars will be built for the US and 300 for Canada, which makes the muscle car a hot commodity especially condition the Dodge Challenger Demon price.
Dodge Demon Production Numbers:
3,000 US Market & 300 for Canada = 3,300 Total Dodge Demons
Dodge Demon Review
If you are looking for a genuine muscle car, the Dodge Demon is perfect for drag racing. It is loud and the ride is stiff. Luxuries are in short supply but power is not. Developed alongside the Challenger HellCat, the Demon Challenger still retains a bit of street civility, as long as you stay out of race mode. Adaptive shocks with 12” wide tires at all corners make for excellent grip. The springs are nearly 30% softer than the HellCat, which helps in racing. It also allows the car to return a comfy ride on the highway.
Easily converted into drag mode, it is like reviewing a completely different car. Swapping the front tires for the optional skinny ones instantly improves weight transfer. You won't want to run them on the street, as rain and corners will be your worst enemy. The best part of the review is being able to customize your own profile for suspension, steering, transmission shifting and even ambient lighting. All without getting your hands dirty.
Each Dodge Demon for sale has 2 keys. The black key limits horsepower to 500, while the red key unlocks 840 horsepower when running race fuel. This produces consistent 9-second quarter-mile times, making it the first production car to be banned by the NHRA. Cars running faster than 10 seconds require a full cage and other safety equipment.
Dodge Demon Engine
Between the flared front fenders is the most powerful production V8 ever offered. Engineers took the HellCat’s 6.2 liter V8 and topped it with a 2.8-liter supercharger. It is fed by a 1” fuel line that flows more than a showerhead. Full power is accessed by a programmer that comes in the Demon Crate, the $1 box of goodies that will have you ready to race. It unlocks the ability to run race fuel, another first in a production car. The base 6.2L Dodge Demon engine price is $14,995. This will get you the basic Hellcat engine with 707 hp. Pushing it to 840 hp should be fairly easy with a smaller puller and engine tuning.
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Dodge Demon specs the boost at 14.5 psi, or 1 Bar at launch. The intake can inhale 1,150 cubic-feet of air every minute. However, the Dodge Demon supercharger is just the beginning of what makes it such a formidable car. The crank, pistons, and rods are all forged, and the oil galleries inside the block flow 50% more oil to the piston squirters. These nozzles are aimed at the underside of the pistons, and they provide cooling to the beasts of burden. Every block is bored with torque-plates to ensure every angle is true when the heads are in place. Squirters were also added to cool the valve springs, allowing the Demon engine specs to reach 6,500 rpm.
Dodge Demon Transmission
The only transmission offered is the 8-speed 8HP90 automatic. As such, to suit the Dodge Demon, it required several unique improvements. A specific high-stall torque converter was developed for the ultimate ¼ mile run. It is held back by an internal trans-brake which locks 1st to reverse. This momentary action allows the engine to rev while under load. This builds boost by the ignition cutting spark to every other cylinder until you release the Demon stats. Once you are rolling, gear changes take only 400 ms and you feel each one of them.
Many "automotive experts" cried foul at the lack of a manual transmission. A stick shift can't handle power of this magnitude without needing to be rebuilt every few months. The robust internals and unprecedented features of the Dodge Demon Transmission will make it the ultimate choice for resto-mods, and lesser Challengers looking for the ultimate gearbox.
Dodge Demon Brakes
Going fast isn’t fun if you can’t stop, so Dodge made sure the Demon's brakes would be just as capable as the engine. While the rotors and calipers look identical to the Challenger Scat Pack, they asked Brembo to make them as light as possible. So the rotor itself is a smaller diameter than the HellCat, but they are bolted to 12” wide tires at each corner. This allows the Demon to stop from 100-0 in only 96 feet. That is better than any Viper. It must be noted that the skinny tires offer little grip in panic stops. Once you are done racing, put the normal wheels back on before heading home.
Dodge Demon Design
The menacing look is a function of the Dodge Demon specs intended for drag racing. The high beam lights were ditched in favor of halos that surround intakes for the engine. The largest hood scoop of any production car helps to channel cool air to the supercharger, and believe us when we say that the hood scoop is by no means just for looks. The incredible Dodge Demon supercharger needs as much cool air as it can get to do what it does for the car. Every wheel opening is flared in an almost cartoonish way to fit the massive tires. From the inboard lights, hood scoop and fender wells, there are 3 paths to introduce cold air into the engine. Every Demon is wide and low, with prominent fender flares and aggressive aerodynamics. One design feature that many will look for on this muscle car is the Dodge Demon badge. This badge came to life after multiple sketches, but the final product is a perfect representation of the power this Demon holds.
Dodge Demon Interior
Because it is intended to be a race car, Dodge Demon specs the interior as Spartan. As mentioned above, if you don’t opt for any of the upgrades your Demon will arrive with one seat. It does have an infotainment screen with a basic audio system. The screen’s primary purpose is to configure the car’s various suspension and performance systems. A passenger seat and rear seats can be added for $1 each when ordered. Less is more, and we wish more cars could be ordered like this.
Engineers were able to cut 216 lbs of curb weight by removing:
- Seats and seat belts
- 16-Speaker Audio and wiring
- Deck lid cover trim
- Trunk carpet
- Spare tire cover
- Sound and heat insulation
- Tilt-telescopic steering column
- Parking sensors
After all is said and done, the Dodge Demon weight is 4,255 lbs, allowing the Dodge Demon specs to include the first production car to pop a wheelie. It should be noted that popping a wheelie on a public road is not advised.
Dodge Demon Standout Features
The Dodge Demon is the first production car to be banned by the NHRA. Any car that runs 9.99 or faster needs a roll cage, driveshaft loop, and a few other safety upgrades before it can be raced. The Demon box mentioned above costs $1, but it will arrive with skinny front wheels and tires, impact gun, jack, and jack stands, and the 103 octane tuner. Each part will be engraved with the VIN and your name, so the extra dollar seems worth it. The first production car with a trans-brake, this fun feature will allow you to pull a wheelie for the perfect holeshot.
Dodge Demon 170
For the final year of production, the new Dodge Demon 170 was unveiled and it's easily the most impressive version of the American muscle car thus far. With more power than ever before and astonishing acceleration that would rival electric hypercars, the Demon 170 is the real deal. Just 3,300 examples of the Demon 170 will be made.
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