After some time, Dodge is now prepared to bid adieu to gas-powered muscle. The Challenger SRT Demon 170 was introduced by the Detroit behemoth on Monday night as its final "Last Call" muscle vehicle.
The horrifyingly powerful coupé will be the last of the company's muscle vehicles to use the legendary Hemi V-8 engine before it switches to purely electric drivetrains.
According to Car and Driver, Dodge totally overhauled the supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-8 and blew up seven mills in the process. It now features enhanced components including billet steel main caps,
high-strength steel nuts, and a bigger 3.0-liter supercharger from the Hellephant C170 crate engine.
According to Dodge, the Demon 170 will be able to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in an insane 1.66 seconds while operating at its maximum capacity.
Only 3,000 units of Dodge's final Hemi-powered muscle vehicle are expected to be produced. The Demon 170 will go into production in July and have a starting price of $96,666 (or $100,361 with destination and gas tax included).
There are several extras available, like as additional seats and carbon-fiber wheels, so don't be shocked if the final price increases.