The 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock wasn’t supposed to be a limited-production vehicle. However, nothing has really gone according to plan in 2020.
This high-performance muscle car is a spiritual successor to the saught-after 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon, which was limited to 3,300 units. According to MotorTrend, the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock will be even more limited, with around 200 units produced.
Meanwhile, an identical, non-limited production SRT Super Stock will return for the 2021 model year. However, the automaker’s change of plans just turned the 2020 edition into a collector’s item.
The 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock will be gone in a blink of the eye
This model-topping trim level has the performance levels to back up its hype. Underneath the hood lies a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 tuned to deliver 807 hp, making it top dog among 2020 American muscle cars. Additionally, it kicks out 707 lb-ft of torque and has a redline of 6,400 rpm.
How does that measure up to the 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon? Pretty damn well. Dodge did just enough to make sure a race between the models wouldn’t end in a dead heat, as the Demon makes one more horsepower. Nonetheless, the SRT Super Stock is an impressive beast.
The 2020 SRT Super Stock is a step up from the Hellcat Redeye, which delivers 797 hp with its supercharged V8. Meanwhile, the SRT Super Stock has other design similarities as the Demon and Hellcat Redeye. For instance, it features a widebody kit, the engine-cooling Power Chiller, and launch control assist.
Future value of the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock
The lucky few who get the chance to purchase the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock can expect an MSRP of $79,585. However, there’s a good chance this edition sees its value soar far past that mark as time passes.
The 2020 SRT Super Stock won’t offer the same exclusive badging and details its Demon brother did. Plus, the identical 2021 SRT Super Stock model might put a damper on the exclusivity of the 2020 model since it won’t be easily recognizable. But there’s power in numbers.
With around 200 units reaching the market, car enthusiasts will undoubtedly find significance in this model. The launch of the SRT Super Stock trim level marks the highest-horsepower vehicle Dodge has produced in a street-legal, non-limited production model.
Kelley Blue Book doesn’t offer a ‘fair purchase price’ since too few sales have taken place. However, it notes a typical listing price of $105,902 – which is nearly $21,000 above the vehicle’s MSRP. And that’s just two years after the release of the limited-edition car.
Joining an exclusive club
There will likely always be a dedicated market for valuable Dodge Challenger models thanks to America’s love affair with the muscle car. When all is said and done, the 2020 SRT Super Stock might be one of the most valuable of all.
The 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock might not ever reach the height of value the 2018 Challenger Demon will one day see. Although, it’ll certainly provide plenty of return on investment for those who buy it.