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A red 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is on display at the 110th-annual Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois on February 9, 2018.
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Lawsuit Warns That 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Hood Scoops Suck

Dodge has built its name on overpowered, knuckle-dragging monster trucks and muscle cars (see Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat). Even as far back and the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Dodge name was synonymous with power and bravado. Well, that has surely not ceased to be the case with the new crop of American muscle. …
A red 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is on display at the 110th-annual Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois on February 9, 2018.

This Dodge Demon Lawsuit Is Full of Unusual Details

Sometimes, people buy vehicles that turn out to be lemons. No one likes it, but it happens. When you buy a car at a dealership, you want to know you’re driving home the vehicle you expected. One recent event occurred where the owner of a Dodge Demon didn’t get what he thought he was getting, so …
CHICAGO - FEBRUARY 09: 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is on display at the 110th Annual Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois on February 9, 2018. (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images)

This Hennessey Camaro Will Exorcise The Dodge Demon

We love muscle cars, and even if you don’t want to admit it, you probably do too. Whether its classic muscle or a modern-day powerhouse, Americans just seem to love a true American-made muscle car. For some people, that could mean a Ford Mustang, but if you’re looking for something a little demonic, you might …
A 2020 Jeep Gladiator on monster wheels outside of the Dakota Customs shop.
Trucks & SUVs

You Could Get a Jeep With Demon Or Hellcat Power

Jeep models are known to be beastly off-roaders, but some enthusiasts require more power. If you ever dreamed of having a Jeep with Demon or Hellcat authority, you’re in luck. You’ll just have to make your way to Las Vegas. The rare beasts at Jeep Only We could see more standalone Jeep dealerships in the future, and the Jeep Only …
2020 Dodge Challenger and Charger parked in a hangar
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The Dodge Demon Is the Most Powerful Challenger Ever

Known for his obsession with power on Tool Time, even Tim Allen was impressed by the incredible power of the 2018 Dodge SRT Demon present in Jay Leno’s Garage. Touted by Leno as “the most powerful muscle car on the planet,” the Demon’s rule of the streets has ended. A June 2019 announcement of the Demon’s discontinuation made by the …
Red-white-and-blue-liveried 2020 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak pulling a wheelie on the drag strip

The Dodge Challenger Drag Pak Can Out-Race the Demon

Now that even the Durango has a Hellcat option, where’s Dodge to take its old-school muscle car, the Challenger? Unfortunately, the rumored track-focused ACR model isn’t happening. But then, Dodge is arguably more synonymous with drag racing. So, while the Dodge Challenger Drag Pak isn’t an ACR, it is a genuine factory-prepped competition-ready drag race …
Red 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock on the concrete highway

The 807-Hp Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock Is a Refined Demon

With the Hellcat engine finding its way into more of Dodge’s lineup, the Challenger clearly needed to step it up a notch. The Dodge Challenger ACR, sadly, is not going to happen. But even with the Charger getting its own 797-hp Redeye trim, the 2-door muscle car could still climb higher. And with the 2020 …
Three 2020 Dodge Challengers, red, white, and blue are on the track side by side.

C8 Corvette and Dodge Demon Go to the Track, Results May Surprise

The new, mid-engine, C8 Corvette has been all of the automotive news for the last year. The newest Corvette launched just before the global COVID-19 pandemic hit the scene. So, many people that had placed orders are only now receiving them. Consequently, automotive YouTubers have only recently been able to create content with the Corvette. …
Eleanor Mustang from the Gone in 60 Seconds Movie Remake with Nicolas Cage (2000)

Classic Muscle Cars Are A Joke By Today’s Standards

There is no denying that the dawn of the V8 muscle car in the 1960s certainly changed things. High horsepower vehicles, growling deeply, and moving metal quickly down the road was a definite attraction to automotive enthusiasts and well as the regular consumer. In today’s market, however, those old cars are a joke.  There’s nothing …