Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
The new and explosive versions of the Dodge Challenger face a duel of revolutions, showing in this spectacular video, the strength of the sound emanating from its V8 supercharged, with the sole purpose to check which sounds better.
In the last 5 months, the range Challenger has starred in more covers in the last 2 years. The arrival of the radical variant SRT Demon, with a long and studied presentation, followed by the release of the SRT Hellcat Widebody, have brought a whole breath of fresh air to a lineup that suffered greatly, the passage of time, especially compared to its direct rivals, the Camaro and Mustang.
This has left a note soon, with the Challenger ahead in sales in the month of June and for the first time in years to the two models of Ford and Chevrolet. Which shows once more that the media presence is essential in any facet of commercial, because it was precisely the new versions of the Challenger are not yet on sale, and we don’t expect you to add too many units to the sales totals, as they will be versions much more expensive and exclusive.
The Hellcat Widebody adopts the trains rolling of the Demon.
These new versions share a common base, the Challenger SRT Hellcat, although with a configuration that separate him seriously. The new Demon is the most extreme and radical of the Hellcat, with a rack, and mechanical widely evolved designed to squeeze the most out of your performance on the track, although only in a straight line, as it is intended for use on the drag strips that can be found all over the united States.
This account with a engine derived from the V8 HEMI 6.2-liter supercharged the Hellcat, although with enough amendments to raise the power until the 851 CV, always use a gasoline of 100 octane. Plus a lightening severe and a few axles considerably wider, with huge tires Nitto 315 section.
For its part, the Hellcat Widebody adopts the revised and wider trains rolling of the Demon, but with respect to the mechanics of the Hellcat original, the V8 HEMI 6.2-liter 717 CV, which we can find in all versions of the Hellcat.