Few modern cars are as legendary as the Demon, and one lucky person will own a 2018 Dodge Demon that’s up for sale. This muscle car has earned its reputation quite well, producing the kind of power everyone has come to expect from heavily modified aftermarket vehicles or exotic supercars. These push the Challenger platform to its limits and laugh demonically, of course.
Of course, the main attraction to this car is the 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi V8. It pushes out an earth-shattering 840-horsepower and 770 lb.-ft. of torque, plus the thing sounds just plain evil every time you fire it up. This is the most powerful production muscle car ever, so it gives you plenty of bragging rights.
Making this particular Demon even more desirable is the Granite Crystal paint job, which only 87 Demons ever wore, making it one of the rarest colors for the car. It is a sultry dark grey with a nice metallic flake, so when the light hits it just right this car looks absolutely amazing. The stock wheels, tires, front splitter, badges including the black Demon logo, and all other exterior details are all in immaculate condition.
On the inside is a Laguna/Alcantara interior that matches the exterior quite well. While some Demons come with no backseat or front passenger seat, this car has both. Multiple factory options are loaded into this ride, like front and rear floormats, a heated steering wheel, heated/ventilated front seats, and a premium 18-speaker sound system with a Harman Kardon GreenEdge amplifier.You also get the fabled Demon Crate with this car.
Dodge only made 3,300 Demons for customers. They were and continue to be red hot, so getting your hands on one is challenging. Adding further to their rarity is the fact that several have already been crashed, some even badly enough to be totaled, thanks to the amazingly raw power the car kicks out. When a Dodge Demon rolls up to any event or lines up at the local track, it’s sure to draw a huge crowd and get people excited.
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