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2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon – PRODUCTION

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DESTINED FOR STARDOM: Last 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Rolls Off Assembly Line
May 30, 2018 , Brampton, Ontario – The last 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, assembled at the FCA US Brampton Assembly Plant (Ontario, Canada), rolled off the line today in the first step toward making horsepower history at the June 20-23 Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction. The limited-production, world record-setting 2018 Demon and the last 2017 Dodge Viper hand-built American supercar will be auctioned as a pair in “The Ultimate Last Chance” end-of-an-era offer with 100 percent of the hammer proceeds from the sale going to the United Way.

After leaving the Brampton plant, the last 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will travel to an upfit center for its final stages of assembly, which includes adding a hand-painted exclusive Viper Red exterior color, 18-inch aluminum wheels, 18-inch Demon drag radial tires, Demon vehicle badging and a one-of-a-kind VIN instrument panel badging.

Production of the Challenger SRT Demon was limited to one model year and 3,300 units.

The winning bidder at the June 20-23 Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction, held at the Mohegan Sun Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut, takes home a combined 1,485 horsepower: the 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon – the industry’s first and only purpose-built, street-legal production drag car with the most powerful production V-8 engine and 20-plus industry-first, drag-performance features – and the 645-horsepower Dodge Viper with an 8.4L V-10 engine, aerospace-grade lightweight carbon fiber body, iconic side exhaust and massive 14-inch wide rear tires.

Additional details on this once-in-a-lifetime Dodge Challenger SRT Demon/Dodge Viper Barrett-Jackson auction lot are available at DodgeGarage.com.

Leaving behind a 25-year legacy with more track records than any other production car, production of the V-10-powered Dodge Viper concluded at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit in August 2017. The last production 2017 Dodge Viper is styled in homage to the first-generation Dodge Viper RT/10 with its Viper Red exterior and black interior. The car (VIN ending in 731948) includes exterior carbon fiber accents, black Alcantara leather seats and an exclusive VIN instrument panel badge and authentication kit.

Dodge//SRT and Barrett-Jackson have collaborated before with charity as the winner. A one-of-a-kind 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, VIN0001, raised $1.65 million for charity in 2014 — at the time more than any other car in Barrett-Jackson history.

About Dodge//SRT
Dodge//SRT offers a complete lineup of performance vehicles that stand out in their own segments. Dodge is FCA North America’s mainstream performance brand, and SRT is positioned as the ultimate performance halo of the Dodge brand, together creating a complete and balanced performance brand with one vision and one voice.

For more than 100 years, the Dodge brand has carried on the spirit of brothers John and Horace Dodge, who founded the company in 1914. Their influence continues today. New for 2018, the 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, the fastest quarter-mile production car in the world and most powerful muscle car ever, is taking the world by storm, along with the new 2018 Dodge Durango SRT, America’s fastest, most powerful and most capable three-row SUV, and the 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody. These new SRT ultimate performance models join a brand lineup that includes the Durango, Grand Caravan, Journey, Charger and Challenger, including the 707-horsepower Challenger SRT Hellcat and the Charger SRT Hellcat, the quickest, fastest and most powerful sedan in the world.

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Kelson McNamee says:

that's the coolest boat factory I have ever seen

ピラミッドチンチン says:



I wonder what will happen now that SRT team is dead?

clay4916 says:

Genuine, visceral American V8 muscle!

Ricky says:

Where the demon comes to life 👹⚡

Christian Angelo Pacayra says:

My dream car ❤️

jmallev says:

Most of these workers can't afford these car. GIVE American workers better wages.

Fausto Piña says:

Me encanta love that car

RickyBobbyTracks says:

so this is how they build cars i thought it was machines

Eduards Cooper says:

shit quality plastic crap and zero anti rust spray, pfff

Simon Espinola F350 guy says:

Imagine one of those is the crashed demon… 😱😱😱😱😱

Simon Espinola F350 guy says:

Looks so hellish, its bumper, hood, vents make it look awesome, such as the hellcat

DhDeadMan says:

Fuuuck i want one, hes so sexy

Luis Martinez says:

So how long does it even take to build a demon?


What intrigued me is that people doing the assembling don't have any uniform it's like they just pick out from the streets 🙂

AL says:

So many thin plastic for a crazy price tag

Jonas Lillevik Syvertsen says:

Love that car 😍

FLANZA64 says:

i would not pay $100,000..it looks like all plastic put together….

AMC By says:

Hep böyle yerde çalışmak istemişimdir

Tiktok Girls says:

My new channel

C.W Dervin says:

Never gets old

mxracer334ky says:

I have 2016 Challenger Hellcat, great car and Im a Chevy fan too lol

mxracer334ky says:

I was wondering about that being 2019. lol

Pol Buta says:

Que nave hermosa💪

Fell Man says:

Where's the part where the car gets fueled?

sweetness_57 says:

Fun fact. No Dodge, Challenger's, are made or built in the United States. I know, I own one. I was watching a video on how the they built the Chevy, Corvette. They actually do an all around inspection before the car leaves the assembly line. For a car like the Dodge, Demon, I would have thought the Dodge, plant would have done the same.

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