Dodge Challenger Demon will not return to the marketJuly 1, 2019
Continuation of the release of the Challenger Demon coupe is excluded, as well as the appearance of the Charger Demon sedan.
The American company Dodge is not going to resume production of the Challenger SRT Demon extreme coupe, and the development of the Charger SRT Demon sedan is not planned at all.
As Tim Kuniskis, responsible for the development of passenger cars for the American market in FCA concern, told in an interview with Muscle Cars & Trucks, the Dodge brand will not resume production of the extreme version of the Dodge Challenger SRT coupe called Demon, which was recently released in limited edition.
Kuniskis assured that the “Demon” will never return to the conveyor, if only because the current 3300 owners of the Challenger SRT Demon would not approve. And the company does not plan to produce a Charger SRT Demon sedan with a similar 840-horsepower engine at all. However, they say that Dodge is already experiencing a Ram Rebel TRX pickup with a 797-horsepower engine from the Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye coupe.
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