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Poppin' wheelies like it ain't no thang.
The result is outrageous performance at the drag strip.
While the Demon was developed primarily for the drag strip, it also features surprisingly compliant street manners.
Light throttle applications around town will help you fly under the radar in the Demon.
However, half-throttle and beyond will make the Demon shoot forward in rapid fashion.
The Nitto NT05R drag radial tires are shockingly quiet on road.
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.
Ride quality around town is comfortable, but there is noticeable body roll when rounding turns.
Steering tuning is complete unique to the Demon's suspension and tires.
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.
Internally, the Demon's engine was known the code name Benny.
Compared to other Challenger SRT models in the lineup, the Demon's interior only features minimal changes.
This is the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, one of the most outrageous cars on the road.
840 horsepower stock is something incredible, making even the outrageous Hellcat seem humble.
And if you buy it in gray like this, it won't even scream performance.
But underneath the hood this car is anything but subtle.
The supercharged, 6.2-liter V8 has been vastly modified from its Hellcat installation, providing more fuel and more cooling.
Stock, this car can cover the quarter mile in 9.65 seconds. That is astonishingly quick.
And yet it's perfectly road legal, and comfortable, too.
The 2018 Dodge Demon starts at $84,995, and only 3,300 will be sold. Better get that order in soon.