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Dodge Charger Demon: Everything we know (April 2018)

Will Dodge build a Demon version of the Charger? We’ve gathered everything we know right here!

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Last updated: April 20, 2018 1:11 pm EDT

The Dodge Challenger Demon burst onto the scene at the 2017 New York International Auto Show with 840 horsepower and a sub-10 second quarter-mile time. We are curious in what’s next for the Demon now that the Challenger is now public. Will there be a Charger version?

For those with short memories, Dodge revealed the Challenger Hellcat several months before pulling the covers off a Charger version of the Hellcat. The cars share similar architectures, so it’s not impossible to think that Dodge would slap the Demon hardware into the Charger and make a 10-second drag sedan for the fun of it.

You folks also want to know about it, if our search traffic is any indication. As we learn more about the product, should Dodge decide to build it, we’ll continue to update this page with the latest information.

Until then, check out some of the articles we’ve already written on the subject and stay tuned!

Update 7/7/17: Happy Hellcat day! While the Demon is getting closer and closer to production for the Challenger, we still haven’t heard anything either way on a Charger variant. If Dodge follows their Hellcat tradition, they’d announce it at an event prior to the 2017 Woodward Dream Cruise. We’ll have to wait and see this year, as there are other vehicles that might debut there instead.

Update 9/16/17: Still no word about a Charger Demon. Nothing was announced prior to the Woodward Dream Cruise, though Challenger Demons are just starting to get to customers now. We’re still optimistic one is in the pipeline.

Update 02/14/18: We spoke with several folks at FCA recently about the possibility of a Charger Demon. Many seem to think that it’d be a silly idea having a four-door car with no back seat, but we think it’d still be awesome. We can’t completely rule out the car, but we’re less inclined to think that one is in the works. Which is sad.

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Written by Chad Kirchner

Chad Kirchner is the Editor-in-Chief of Future Motoring, along with the main host and producer of the Future Motoring podcast. In addition to his work here, he's a freelance automotive journalist for outlets around the world.


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