The last of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon models made its way to the factory collection and will serve as a special model.
One of the most anticipated and hottest cars to ever come to the market is about to wave goodbye forever. This was a day we knew would come but it feels as if this car just arrived on the scene to give us the excitement we’ve wanted from Dodge and the qualities that make a huge difference to us when we drive.
In some cases, the last of something is saved to be put in a museum and shown to the world, but Dodge has other things in mind for the final version of the Demon. The Dodge Demon is a car that will certainly be remembered as the model that provides us with 840 horsepower when filled with track fuel. It will also be remembered as a controversial car when it comes to the dragstrip because it wasn’t built with the necessary safety gear for a car that can run the quarter-mile in less than ten seconds on the track.
The Story of the Final Dodge Demon
The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, as its officially called, was always supposed to only be a one year model that was limited to 3,300 units. A photo of the team at the Brampton Assembly Plant was taken showing the team together with the final Demon model but that particular model isn’t the finished product that will be sold of this car. This particular car will be heading to an upfit center to participate in the final stages of the assembly that needs to take place and allow the car to become the one that will see a special event in the near future.
Once the final touches are put on this last of the Demon models it will head to the Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction that will take place from June 20 to June 23. This Demon will be one that will cross the auction block alongside the final 2017 Dodge Viper as a pair that could be sold together in “The Ultimate Last Chance” group. All the money raised for these two cars will get to the United Way to help the different projects this program supports around the country.
The final version of the Dodge Demon will receive a hand-painted exclusive Viper Red exterior color, 18-inch aluminum wheels, 18-inch Demon drag radial tires, Demon vehicle badging, and a one-of-a-kind VIN instrument panel badging. This will make the Demon at the auction a singular model that can certainly help to bring a large amount of money that will go to the United Way. this car along is expected to outperform the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat that was auctioned in 2014 and for a bidder that wants a ton of horsepower and very little control, the Demon and the Viper will be the pair that gives them exactly what they’re looking for.
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