A very rare 1981 Dodge Challenger (which was a rebadged Mitsubishi Galant Lambda) in a Denver-area self-service wrecking yard.
Think of this as a Demon sans supercharger.
Here are prices for the other 2019 Challengers, too
797-hp Redeye takes flight along with other Challengers later this year.
The entire proceeds go to charity.
The two cars will not ride on an Alfa Romeo platform.
The Dodge Demon doesn't strike us as a muscle car much in need of a performance makeover. After all, this 840-horsepower MoPar machine's voracious quest for straight-line speed means it trims weight by jettisoning everything from a front passenger seat and rear seat, to its stereo and all carpeting in the trunk. The folks at Hennessey apparently think that's not nearly extreme enough. So, the Texas-based tuning outfit has turned the Demon into a 1,035-horsepower beast that runs a quarter-mile in
Inside and out, Dodge keeps its cars bold and brash.
We still wish it had the Hemi.
This is the sort of car we're unlikely to ever see from an OEM again.
We also discuss a 1969 Ferrari Daytona and the Chevy Silverado.
We're totally onboard with this.
Also, that new Mercedes-Benz X-Class truck.
The next hellacious Dodge delivers.
More big recalls from FCA.