Once again, Dodge made its followers excited as the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon releases its final video teaser entitled "Judgement Day" before the actual unveiling on the 2017 New York International Auto Show.
Whichever route one chooses to take, odds are it won't be a cheap one; especially considering just about every feature on this vehicle is created to burn as much fuel as possible. The Demon will be delivered with a module tuned for more typical 91-octane premium gasoline. They'll also find a new switch bank for the center stack; it includes a button for "HO" fuel (pictured above), located right next to the one to access launch control. This high octane fuel will be available at selected places. Dodge says you can mix gas with different octane levels in the tank, but the function won't activate if the sensor detects the combined octane is too low. If the weekly teases are to be referred to, the Demon seems likely to run on a V8 engine that can develop more than 800hp.
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The SRT Demon features a new Drag Mode mechanical/electronic suspension tuning, which according to Dodge, is the best of both worlds when it comes to mechanical and electronic tuning.. Of course, your neighborhood gas station probably won't have 100 octane fuel, but most drag strips do and that is where the Demon is created to vanquish all who oppose it.
To prepare the Demon to utilize this high-octane fuel variety, drivers will have to use separately-shipped Direct Connection Performance parts. We'll have all the latest live images and impressions live from the New York Auto Show.