Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Pricing Announced


Dodge’s badass Challenger SRT Demon goes on sale in the US from $86,090 

One of the meanest, angriest and fastest performance cars in the world, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will go on sale in the US and Canada later this year from US $86,090.

Let’s talk some numbers, because the Challenger SRT Demon boasts some impressive numbers: its 6.2 litre supercharged V8 produces 840hp (around 626kW) and 770 pound feet of torque (approx. 1043Nm), it’ll hit 100km/h from standstill in 2.3 seconds and will even pull 1.8g. Accelerate hard enough and it’ll even cock its front wheels.

A must have option will be what Dodge calls the Demon Crate, Yours for just USD $1 (really), the Demon Crate includes a number of tools for the car, narrow drag wheels and a powertrain control module that allows the car to perform at its peak, thus producing that 840hp figure.

There are a number of options available: a front seat, carpet and a back seat. These are all available for the bargain price of just $1 – why they aren’t no cost options we don’t know.

Should you want a bit of luxury in your Challenger SRT Demon, you can add an 18-speaker Harmon Kardon audio system for $995 and heated and cooled front seats and a heated steering wheel for $1,595.

If your Challenger SRT Demon isn’t loud or bold enough for you in stock form, you can always go for the graphics package which is priced from $3,495.

 The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will be available in 15 colours, including Billet Silver, Destroyer Gray, Go Mango, Granite Crystal, Maximum Steel, Octane Red, Pitch Black, Plum Crazy, Redline, TorRed, White Knuckle and Yellow Jacket.

Only 3300 Challenger SRT Demons will be made, with 3000 allocated to US, and 300 for Canada. None have been officially confirmed for Australia, sadly. Although you could always import one…

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