Poppin' wheelies like it ain't no thang. 

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The result is outrageous performance at the drag strip. 

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While the Demon was developed primarily for the drag strip, it also features surprisingly compliant street manners. 

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Light throttle applications around town will help you fly under the radar in the Demon.

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However, half-throttle and beyond will make the Demon shoot forward in rapid fashion.

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The Nitto NT05R drag radial tires are shockingly quiet on road.

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While drag radial tires aren't ideal for daily driving, SRT engineers claim they've gotten 5,000 miles of street driving out of a set of the Nittos.

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Ride quality around town is comfortable, but there is noticeable body roll when rounding turns.

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Steering tuning is complete unique to the Demon's suspension and tires.

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Dodge's Demon would be a comfortable daily driver, but owners who decide to put their cars on the street often would be wise to pony up for a set of regular performance tires.

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Internally, the Demon's engine was known the code name Benny.

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Compared to other Challenger SRT models in the lineup, the Demon's interior only features minimal changes.

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This is the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, one of the most outrageous cars on the road. 

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840 horsepower stock is something incredible, making even the outrageous Hellcat seem humble. 

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And if you buy it in gray like this, it won't even scream performance. 

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But underneath the hood this car is anything but subtle. 

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The supercharged, 6.2-liter V8 has been vastly modified from its Hellcat installation, providing more fuel and more cooling. 

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Stock, this car can cover the quarter mile in 9.65 seconds. That is astonishingly quick. 

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And yet it's perfectly road legal, and comfortable, too.

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The 2018 Dodge Demon starts at $84,995, and only 3,300 will be sold. Better get that order in soon. 

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