2018 Dodge Demon: Spotted in the Wild?

Mar 29, 2017 05:30 AM EDT | BC Tabotabo


The 2018 Dodge Demon was allegedly recently spotted in Colorado. The vehicle no longer had its camo and was supposedly conduction some high elevation testing prior to its debut next month.

In a report by The Fast Lane Car, the upcoming 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is causing a lot of buzz in the automotive world. Fiat Chrysler Automobile (FCA) has been keeping the public on its toes with teaser videos. Several teaser videos of the new Demon showing clues on what to expect, what it is capable of, etc. are all part of the company's marketing strategy. As a result, the world can't wait for this car to be released!

The new Dodge Challenger Demon is expected to generate 30 percent more power than the already very powerful Dodge Hellcat. The Dodge Durango, which also goes very fast, is based on the Hellcat. If the reports are correct, this means that the new Dodge Demon is capable of up to over 900 horsepower. However, others say that it will do only 775 horsepower, while others insist on 807 horsepower.

This seems like a ridiculous amount of power, right? In the past, the world used to think that 700 horsepower was impossible. This is no longer the case and the 2018 Dodge Demon will hopefully live up to all of the automotive world's expectations!

In another report by Performance Drive, Dodge has also confirmed some other things about the car. It will come with drag-ready Nitto tires and line-locking. It will also have a TransBrake and a torque reserve system to help the supercharger build extra boost while remaining stationary. Other teases also show that it will be capable of a 10-second quarter mile! This would make it one of the quickest production cars on the market.

So was the vehicle seen testing in the wild the new 2018 Dodge Demon? Check out the video below courtesy of The Fast Lane Car and tell us what you think.

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