A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) brand, Dodge currently focuses on modern muscle cars. In addition to the beefy Charger and Challenger, Dodge's current lineup includes the euro-tuned Dart compact, the Durango and Journey utility vehicles, and Grand Caravan minivan.
Here's a detailed look at what's coming between now and 2022.
The very last Demon will be sold to the highest bidder at Barrett-Jackson in June, alongside Dodge's final Viper coupe.
The dang thing almost pops a wheelie in the process.
It requires a weird sequence of events to make the defect occur.
By adding an even bigger supercharger and a bunch of other tweaks, Hennessey made the Demon do 0-60 in under 2 seconds.
The 2019 update apparently goes beyond mere aesthetics, but the hood's a good place to start.
They're being auctioned as a pair, so be prepared to plunk down some big bucks.