Dodge Challenger in SRT Super Stock version will receive a limited editionOctober 2, 2020
According to rumors, the American automaker plans to produce 200 copies of the Dodge Challenger sports coupe in the powerful SRT Super Stock. The novelty will receive a very powerful power unit, which will be even more powerful than that of the Demon version, as well as a rather high price tag.
The debut of the Dodge Challenger sports coupe in the powerful SRT Super Stock version was a pleasant summer surprise this year. Dodge representatives said that the new product will go on sale in a fairly limited edition. According to our insiders, the automaker plans to have around 200 Super Stock Challengers built by 2020, making the car an even rarer performance than the Demon.
Dodge produced 3,300 of the Dodge Challenger Demon in 2018, the only model year of this coupe performance, far more than the 200 in the case of the Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock.
Notably, Dodge will not be limiting production of the Super Stock version for model year 2021 and beyond. You also need to keep in mind that cars from 2020 and 2021 will be identical. The only difference is when they came off the assembly line.
Super Stock is powered by Dodge’s 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine that develops 807 horsepower (958 Nm). This is one hp. less than the Demon version, but by 10 hp. more than the Redeye version, with Super Stock now the highest performing Challenger.
Dodge claims that Super Stock can cover the standard quarter mile (402 meters) in 10.5 seconds from a top speed of 210 km / h. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h takes just 3.3 seconds. Super Stock shares a lot with the same Demon, although Super Stock doesn’t have a transmission brake – and Dodge has no plans to sell Demon parts to Super Stock owners. SRT Super Stock starting price will be $ 79,585
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