Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Coupe When Dodge unveiled the Demon, it took the whole automotive industry by storm. Dodge had teased the public for previous months with cryptic videos that gave clues about the car's performance potential. This is a rare opportunity to own the much acclaimed Dodge Demon with a low low production serial number #34, finished in the most desirable and menacing triple black with only 544 miles on the clock... your wait is over! What Dodge had created was the ultimate muscle car that was purpose built for straight line performance. The Demon is powered by the Gen 3 supercharged Hemi engine which remains the most powerful V-8 ever installed into a production car, having 840 HP and 770 lb-ft of torque on tap. Indeed, thanks to the mad science worked out by the factory engineers, it has the hardest launch ever of any production car, pulling 1.8g off the line, and that same focus to transfer weight rearward even allows a correctly equipped version to pull the front wheels off the ground. During the press launch, they demonstrated the car's straight-line performance by doing a wheelie on stage! Dodge made quite a splash with this vehicle, especially after getting a terse letter from NHRA stating it was too fast in its OEM-constructed form to be allowed to race at its facilities without additional changes. The most important part of the Demon is the supercharged and intercooled 6.2L Hemi V-8 engine with aluminum heads and port fuel injection. Capable of 840 HP using the Demon Crate components, the car uses functional air-catcher headlamps and the Demon-exclusive enlarged hood scoop. Backed by a ZF 8-speed automatic with trans brake behind it, and a 3.09 mechanical limited-slip differential can put this monster way into the triple-digit zone. Suspension parts like Bilstein shocks, hollow anti-roll bars, multi-link rear suspension, speed-sensing power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS and vented rotors help keep you out of trouble; a drag-mode suspension tune may get you into it. Riding on 18-inch aluminum wheels with special Nitto drag radials allows it to hook that 840hp to the pavement. The Demon Vehicle Storage Package which includes car cover and battery charger. Most importantly, it comes with the Demon Crate which includes a hydraulic floor jack with carrying bag, cordless impact wrench with charger, torque wrench, tire-pressure gauge, fender cover, tool bag, performance powertrain control module with high-octane engine calibration, a switch module containing a high-octane button, conical performance air filter, front drag tires and a foam case that fits into the trunk and securely holds the front runners. With only 545 miles on the odometer, this Demon is in showroom condition. If you missed out on the Demon allotment at your dealer, here is your chance to own the ultimate factory muscle car.
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